Last modified: 2014-10-18 10:29:04 UTC
Currently we're just running the automated parser tests on commit on the MySQL backend; because the PostgreSQL and SQLite backends are less well tested by developers, they're ideal candidates for additional automated testing.
Running parser tests under those infrastructures will provide at least some minimal confirmation that basic operations work (update, create articles, read templates) until other full-functionality tests are available.
Of course this is assuming the parser test suite actually runs under them yet... ;)
Parser tests now work with SQLite, so problem is just CodeReview and test server setup.
Moving to Testing Infrastructure -- this needs setting up in Jenkins, not Gerrit.
Isn't this bug now obsolete? As far as I understand it, the current setup (already) uses SQLite as backend. Adding/reenabling tests for MySQL would be bug 35912, PostgreSQL bug 37602.
I have thus updated this bug dependencies.