On 11/23/2014 11:02 AM, Daniel Schepler wrote: > Source: javamail > Version: 1.5.2-3 > Severity: important
[snip] > Failed tests: test(com.sun.mail.smtp.SMTPWriteTimeoutTest): No exception I have mixed feelings about these sorts of failures. I understand the need to build in a non-networked environment, but it is also unrealistic to expect that networking software not contain unit tests that exercise networking. Disabling such tests is potentially a disservice to our users; we're no longer testing as much as we could during a build. I think eventually we're going to have to have a better way to differentiate between what a package needs during its build phase vs. its test phase, but that's a discussion for after the jessie release. Emmanuel, any concerns with an upload to disable this test? BTW, there's a good (and expansive) thread on a related topic here: https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=753944 Thank you, tony
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