[Glass] Travis CI and Stone question

Dale Henrichs via Glass glass at lists.gemtalksystems.com
Tue Aug 30 11:44:55 PDT 2016

Hello Bruno,

I am back from ESUG but still foggy from jet lag ...

Do you know that you can easily run travis tests locally?

If you have done a recent updateGsDevKit, you will have a local clone of 
smalltalkCI ($GS_HOME/shared/repos/smalltalkCI) ...

`cd` to that directory and then do a ./run.sh -h to see your options.

Since you are using GsDevKit_home you can do something like the 
following to run the tests in a local stone (travisCI I think):

   ./run.sh -s GemStone-3.3.1 --gs-HOME=$GS_HOME 

The stone will be created and the tests run against the stone ... you 
can use tODE (or Jade) to connect to the running stone to debug any of 
the test failures there ... to run the tests again you will need to 
delete the travisCI stone:

   deleteStone travisCI
   ./run.sh -s GemStone-3.3.1 --gs-HOME=$GS_HOME 

This is useful if you are seeing problems on travis-ci that do not 
easily reproduce locally ...


On 8/25/16 6:53 AM, BrunoBB via Glass wrote:
> Hi Dale,
> Yesterday i manage to get Travis CI build in green (i disabled my tests
> cases that were the problem).
> I have to research why Running Test locally it is ok but when travis execute
> them some have errors.
> So Travis CI is working ok to me (the problem is in my test cases -i think
> there some dependencies not been solved-).
> Regards,
> Bruno.
> Good ESUG to all :)
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