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David Roberts
@davidroberts63
Haha
David Roberts
@davidroberts63
Any good sources of info on using Windows containers?
Matt Richardson
@matt-richardson
There's a docker file that works on my GitHub
But Steven scharer
Has some good stuff
Other than it was random googling / Microsoft docs
David Roberts
@davidroberts63
Sounds like linter as a service
Matt Richardson
@matt-richardson
I've seen it used on GoCD though I hunk they've
*think they've turned it off.
Lots of noise on a PR
Better to have it locally in the build script that can be run before commit
David Roberts
@davidroberts63
Yeah i would want to do it locally anyway. Thought it might be nice to have it on PR if someone else submitted. But I can imagine it may as noise. Kinda wish there was some sidebar status section in github for stuff like that.
Your idea of one test (per feature) is sounding better as I work on the tests. Hoping to have some more tests tonight.
David Roberts
@davidroberts63
<smiling> Having fun with the browser testing (geeking out just a bit).https://saucelabs.com/beta/tests/c7f742a00a2047329dbb933dc945db54/commands
The BrowserTesting branch is where this is all at for the moment. Though you won't be able to run them yourself Matt (yet) given I have only one api key for Sauce and the VM.
I'm currently working on organizing the files and Jasmine tests to allow for per feature file. RIgh tnow it's all in one and kind of a mess.
Matt Richardson
@matt-richardson
nice - looking good :D
David Roberts
@davidroberts63
OKay, I have the browser tests for dashboard collapser and the environment collapser (not name filter) working on 3.3.17 and 3.4.0-Beta1 via a single powershell script locally. I'd give the links for the sauclabs tests but the builds link is private (bummer). Next up is putting that multi-job powershell script into AppVeyor. Once I get the whole process working at least somewhat smoothly with results showing up in PRs then I'll merge to master and then work can begin on filling out the rest of the browser tests.
Matt Richardson
@matt-richardson
Cool. Good stuff.
Really wish I had time to work on anything at the moment.
Getting the twitches from being away from it for so long
David Roberts
@davidroberts63
Oh, don't worry about it. I'm sure you are going to be very busy with your new job. ;-)
Matt Richardson
@matt-richardson
(Who woulda thought that moving county would've taken so much work 😀)
David Roberts
@davidroberts63
That and this 'down time' is good for getting all this pipeline stuff lined up better. I kind of envision that once this is setup properly if we trust it enough have the build auto publish extensions to Google if all the unit tests pass as well as browser tests.
Hah
It's only a what, 15 hour flight or so? No big deal. ;-)
Matt Richardson
@matt-richardson
23 :)
With a 1 year old and a 3.5 year old.
David Roberts
@davidroberts63
Yikes. I thought you'd get a bit of a break, it was 22 hours for them to get to Kansas City here in the states.
Oh my, you brave soul.
I have a 6yr and 8 month old, can't imagine that. Though we did get stuck in an airport once overnight. He enjoyed it, played like we were 'camping out'. Explored the place a bit.
Matt Richardson
@matt-richardson
Heh - sleeping in airports can be surprisingly fun
The flight went amazingly well, surprisingly
The boys were really good.
Though the jet lag took them about a week to get over.
David Roberts
@davidroberts63
Glad to hear it's going well. Speaking of sleep, I must get some sleep as well. Have a good day.
Matt Richardson
@matt-richardson
Morning @davidroberts63
Whats the latest status of the browser testing?
I see there's lots of stuff happening on the BrowserTesting branch
David Roberts
@davidroberts63
Yeah, it's functioning. I need to change the test result reporting to include the version of octopus that was used. I still want to see how it handles occasional times when the VM doesn't respond quickly, to avoid false positives. I'll submit it as PR this week if you'd like to look it over.
It's not going to act exactly as I want it to, but it'll be good enough for now. It has taken longer than I anticipated, between that and family in town for the last week or so, didn't get as much done as I hoped. But I take it as a nice break.
How's your start at Octopus going?
Matt Richardson
@matt-richardson
Cool - will be good to see how it works and have a go at fleshing out some of the other tests.
Will be nice to have a 2.6/3.0/3.1/3.2 as well (eventually)
though that might get expensive...
the number of versions to test gets big quickly :(
especially with relatively large ui changes happening as point releases (eg dashboard)
are the individual versions running on the same box?