This week I implemented CMake packaging configuration for FOSSology. The new configuration fixes issue with previous packaging configurations. It also retains the component wise installation features.
Week 8 Progress
- CMake Packaging configuration almost completed.
- Packages can be built according to the FOSSology previous packaging structure.
- Initial testing configuration added.
- Ninja build has been fixed.
- To test the current progress, follow the instructions here
- How is the testing implemented in FOSSology?
- Not all agents have testing implemented.
- There are two types of tests Unit and Functional.
- At first, the test executable calls multiple PHP scripts to create a test environment. And then tests are executed.
- Files related to testing and common for all the agents are in
- Other tests depends on
phpunit. This PHPUnit is generated inside
- As of now, the testing configurations are hardcoded, what should I do, because it seems the testing configuration will require changes to a lot of files?
- Decide a deadline for the testing configuration and if until that point there is not very productive implementation then move to the next task that is implementing CI.
- As of now building, installation, and packaging via CMake is working and in a stable state. To create an initial Pull Request. This would also be useful in case of the final evaluation and further testing will be based on this PR itself.
- Fix any bugs or if there is the scope of improvement in Building, Installation and Packaging do that.
Conclusion and Further Plans
- Prepare for an initial PR.
- Fix known bugs and apply Improvements.
- Work on testing configurations.
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