Hi Mahadev,

   Can you please create a jira and upload the code to that jira for
> feedback? I am guessing that you want to contribute these tests back to
> zookeeper right ?
>  Also, do take a look at src/recipes/lock for an implementation of locks on
> top of zookeeper. They have some tests as well.

Sounds good, I have created an ASF JIRA account, but it doesn't look like I
can attach a file in Step 2 of the "Create Issue" screen.  Do I have to
create the jira first then attach the file?

> Also, if you are willing to work a little more on your queue
> implementation,
> we could have that as a part of src/recipes and then people could use that.
> Tests can be added to this recipe to verify them...

Just took a look at the lock recipe, I'll start working on a queue recipe
and tests.


> Thanks
> mahadev
> On 10/5/09 1:45 PM, "Steve Cheng" <steve...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > The test project on the ProjectSuggestions page, to create tests for the
> > examples, sounded like a nice way to get started with ZooKeeper, I've
> created
> > one queue test and one lock test so far.
> >
> > I'd like to make a good range of tests, a number of basic sanity ones
> like the
> > queue test, and some more involved ones like the lock test.  The lock
> test
> > does polling right now, another test would also test watching.  I think
> it's
> > useful to test both.
> >
> > Any comments on this would be great, I noticed the bug about the test
> case
> > runtime so I'm not sure what that means for more tests, thanks,
> >
> > Steven
> >
> >

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