#6 Use prebuilt tests suite
Merged 2 years ago by omajid. Opened 2 years ago by omajid.
rpms/ omajid/dotnet3.1 prebuilt-test-runner  into  master

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@@ -7,30 +7,26 @@ 

      - container

      - atomic

      repositories:

-     - repo: "https://github.com/redhat-developer/dotnet-bunny.git"

-       dest: "dotnet-bunny"

      - repo: "https://github.com/redhat-developer/dotnet-regular-tests.git"

        dest: "dotnet-regular-tests"

      tests:

-       - build_test_suite:

-           dir: dotnet-bunny

-           run: make

-       - print_test_suite_version:

-           dir: dotnet-bunny

-           run: bin/turkey --version

-       - run_regular_tests:

-           dir: dotnet-regular-tests

-           run: ../dotnet-bunny/bin/turkey -l={{ remote_artifacts }}

+       - download_test_runner:

+           dir: ./

+           run: wget --no-verbose https://github.com/redhat-developer/dotnet-bunny/releases/latest/download/turkey -O turkey && chmod +x ./turkey

+       - print_test_runner_version:

+           dir: ./

+           run: ./turkey --version

+       - regular:

+           dir: ./

+           run: ./turkey -l={{ remote_artifacts }} dotnet-regular-tests

      required_packages:

      - babeltrace

      - bash-completion

      - binutils

      - expect

-     - git

      - jq

      - lldb

      - lttng-tools

-     - make

      - npm

      - python3

      - strace

Otherwise we have to worry about how to build the test suite on this particular version of .NET/.NET Core.

Pull-Request has been closed by omajid

2 years ago

Pull-Request has been reopened by omajid

2 years ago

rebased onto f4f0fba

2 years ago

Pull-Request has been merged by omajid

2 years ago