Does this mean we should also remove gmock from thirdparty and go back to
plain gtest? Or are we still making use of other gmock features (not
related to mocking, if any)?
On Tuesday, September 20, 2016, Todd Lipcon <t...@cloudera.com> wrote:
> Great, glad you agree. It also feels good to delete 700 lines of code :)
> I included the removal in this patch: https://gerrit.cloudera.org/#/
> Planning on moving it from "WIP" state to commitable hopefully today, but
> already worth a cursory look to make sure the direction of the refactor is
> On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 10:59 AM, David Alves <davidral...@gmail.com
> > +1, we've since broadened our coverage in other tests that those cases
> > are covered elsewhere. Plus I agree that with the queue taking more
> > responsibility mocking it becomes a hardship.
> > -david
> > > I'm doing a bit of Consensus refactoring, and finding that the
> > raft_consensus-test mock-based test is a bit of a roadblock to
> > We don't use gmock anywhere else, and so whenever I look at this code I
> > quickly develop a head-ache trying to understand what it's doing. Looking
> > through the test cases themselves, I believe all of the code paths they
> > to cover are equally well covered by other test cases in
> > raft_consensus-itest. Rather than spend several hours trying to figure
> > why the mock isn't behaving like the real code, I'd rather spend that
> > on adding more test cases for the real code. Thoughts?
> Todd Lipcon
> Software Engineer, Cloudera