Le mercredi 15 juin 2011 à 13:39 +0200, Murray Cumming a écrit : > On Thu, 2011-06-09 at 14:03 +0100, Raul Gutierrez Segales wrote: > [snip] > > Matthew Barnes wrote: > > > You could probably get away with just using a date stamp instead of > > > random characters for XXXXXX. The key is really for each address book > > > to have its own unique ESource ID. > > The attached patch uses mktemp to create a randomly-named tmp > directory. > > [snip] > > > To really automate the whole thing, the test environment is gonna have > > > to set up some kind of private D-Bus session and launch the address book > > > service prior to running the client-side tests, and then clean up after > > > itself. I think that's possible but it's a bit beyond my expertise at > > > the moment. > > > > > > You can kinda see why I've been dragging my feet about fixing the tests. > > > Haven't had enough spare cycles to really do it properly. > > > > For the e-d-s backend in libfolks (not merged into master yet) we do the > > following for our tests: > > > > - set XDG_DATA_HOME, XDG_CACHE_HOME and XDG_CONFIG_HOME to a temp dir > > - start new session bus > > - run tests > > - clean up temp dir > > > > Relevant files: > > > > http://cgit.collabora.com/git/user/rgs/folks/tree/tests/eds/Makefile.am?h=eds-0.5 > > http://cgit.collabora.com/git/user/rgs/folks/tree/tests/tools/with-session-bus-eds.sh?h=eds-0.5 > > http://cgit.collabora.com/git/user/rgs/folks/tree/tests/tools/eds.sh?h=eds-0.5 > > Many thanks for that. I've taken the relevant bits for e-d-s - see the > attached patch against the gnome-2-32 branch. If this is OK, I can try > to do this for the master branch. > > It seems to work, though make doesn't tell me more about what's > happening with each test than "PASSED" so I am not really sure that > anything much is happening. > > This sets the XDG_* variables, but doesn't seem to start the address > book service, right? Or maybe that happens automatically via activation, > though I worry that that would require "make install" before "make > check".
Right - its D-Bus activated on the newly launched session bus. I am guessing what we'd need is a .service file to point to the e-addressbook-factory binary inside of e-d-s' source directory. We could point the newly launched dbus-daemon to a special directory of .service files via a <servicedir> stanza in a custom d-bus config file. Cheers, Raúl _______________________________________________ evolution-hackers mailing list email@example.com To change your list options or unsubscribe, visit ... http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/evolution-hackers