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Re: Landing team 20.01.14


Some updates from me :-)

On 01/21/2014 01:17 PM, Didier Roche wrote:
*weather-app* (Nicholas):
http://ci.ubuntu.com/smokeng/trusty/touch/mako/109:20140103.1:20131223.2/5859/ubuntu-weather-app-autopilot/ -> Networking failure. This is changing to TWC api, and yes, there will need to be some mocking. This is WIP by development team. A big rollover to the new API will be landing soon.
Still waiting for API issues to be sorted before making the switch.
*clock-app *(Nicholas):
http://ci.ubuntu.com/smokeng/trusty/touch/maguro/114:20140106:20131223.2/5905/ubuntu-clock-app-autopilot/ -> From Nicholas: "No luck in reproducing yet. -- the emulator won't run clock atm, investigating. Xnox, I see you seem to have results (passing), but I've only gotten crashes." -> this one refailed today on mako (on test_run_preset which is calling test_add_preset): http://ci.ubuntu.com/smokeng/trusty/touch/mako/133:20140117:20140115.1/6118/ubuntu-clock-app-autopilot/677464/

Nicholas told: (quoting)
Found several probable causes for these failures. Seems to be a combination of the bug below on MIR, and a potential UITK issue with tab switching.

Probable MIR bug:
Tab switching:
Today's run contains an actual test failure possibility, looking into
Sergio is working to land a fix for this -- Chris Gagnon confirmed the changes allowed the tests to pass properly on maguro, so fingers crossed :-) (thanks Chris!)

*calendar-app* (Nicholas):
http://ci.ubuntu.com/smokeng/trusty/touch/maguro/114:20140106:20131223.2/5905/calendar-app-autopilot/ -> This is now released. However, even with the fix, there is still some flaky tests (running them doesn't seem to be reproducible): http://ci.ubuntu.com/smokeng/trusty/touch/maguro/141:20140121.1:20140115.1/6204/calendar-app-autopilot/
Working on an MP for this. The failures do NOT appear to be related to slowness (the changes that went in would have solved that). The logs instead indicate the assert logic is incorrect (i other words, the logs say the actions were performed properly, but the assert is looking for something else). That's really confusing, but I've got an MP to investigate with more logging.

*terminal app* (Nicholas):
We had this regression last month, it's on the list as well for blocking new terminal app release (keyboard not working with it): https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu-terminal-app/+bug/1257791 -> The issue was investigated and found that konsole qml plugin is what needs work. Plugin author isn't able to look at the issue until next week, so we're on hold until then.
Following up with the plugin author for a timeline.