Hi Sean,

Thank you for feedback. I've updated the bug report.

14.09.16 19:57, Sean Mullan wrote:
Thanks for the information. It would be very useful if you could add that additional information as an example into the bug report for future reference.


On 09/14/2016 11:26 AM, Sergei Kovalev wrote:
Hi Sean,

I'm working for testing minimal JRE image. If I create custom JRE with
java.base only - the tests fail. To emulate such behavior we can use
"--limit-modules java.base" option. In case if we have no module
declaration in tests header the test fails with, e.g. ClassNotFound
exception (see example in attached log). In case we declare appropriate
modules in jtreg header then jtreg suite skip the test and mark it "not
run" in final report. This help me to clean out all "false positive"
error during testing and reduce time that I spend to failures analysis.

14.09.16 18:20, Sean Mullan wrote:
Looks fine to me, but can you explain in more detail why the extra
dependencies are needed, or an example using --limit-modules? These
tests are not failing regularly now, so when do the missing
dependencies cause failures?


On 09/13/2016 08:34 AM, Sergei Kovalev wrote:
Hello team,

This is re-request for review of very small changes. Could somebody take
a look?

08.09.16 17:03, Sergei Kovalev wrote:
Hello team,

Could you please review the fix for below CR:

Bug ID: https://bugs.openjdk.java.net/browse/JDK-8165689
WebRev: http://cr.openjdk.java.net/~skovalev/8165689/webrev.00/

Goal: make test possible to run with "--limit-modules" flag.
Summary: added @modules tag into jtreg header if applicable.

With best regards,

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