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Thu Mar 3 19:29:29 UTC 2011
This has been recently created for rubygems -
On 3 March 2011 14:12, Pjotr Prins <pjotr.public14 at thebird.nl> wrote:
> Thanks Peter and Chris. I am glad we can learn from your experience.
> Toshiaki had a very cool idea today (on IRC). The implications
> carry beyond BioRuby gems.
> My wish is to see whether BioRuby and plugins are running well on
> different Ruby implementations, and operating systems.
> The reality is that developers won't test every possibility.
> On the other hand, users do ;)
> Also, for every plugin and BioRuby we create tests.
> Users can run those tests.
> So, what we need is a tool to report test results to some central DB
> If any user can simply run a test - say bioruby/test/test_any1.rb - we
> could ask them (or they can choose to do it themselves) and
> automatically update the DB centrally through a web service.
> biogem --report-test test/test_any1.rb
> Resulting in:
> BioRuby, test_any1.rb runs on ruby 1.9.2p136 (2010-12-25 revision 30365) [i686-linux]
> or, worse scenario, fail with trace ;)
> We could pass in more info (dependencies etc).
> Not too hard to implement, and a great resource for docs and feedback
> to users.
> This would be interesting to rubygems in general. Debian uses
> something similar for packages. What do you think? I don't think
> BioPerl or BioPython has that, correct?
> BioRuby Project - http://www.bioruby.org/
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