GitHub user dkuppitz opened a pull request:

    TINKERPOP-1539 Create a ComplexTraversalTest with crazy nested gnarly 
    Added 2 more tests, one for OLTP only and one for OLTP+OLAP. More tests 
should not be added as part of this PR; we can add more later whenever a good 
traversal appears on the mailing list or somewhere else in the real world.
    `docker/ -t -i -n` succeeded.
    VOTE: +1

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    This closes #511
commit e01aa721fd13e6cb6591aa3f54314071e118a087
Author: Marko A. Rodriguez <>
Date:   2016-11-28T22:49:08Z

    Got ComplexTest setup for @dkuppitz to go to town on. I don't think we need 
to include a GroovyComplexTest because @spmallette is doing the work for 
master/ that gets rid of the need for gremlin-groovy-test and thus, no need to 
waste the energy/time on GroovyComplexTest.

commit c68b2154ddc83b5e11686a11588585e238ec2985
Author: Daniel Kuppitz <>
Date:   2016-12-01T21:13:59Z

    added two complex tests; one for OLTP only, one for OLTP and OLAP


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