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This is the master coordination page for RSE 1.0 Testing round 1, to be done with RSE 1.0M5, 25-Sep-2006 - 27-Sep-2006. Please sign up here for testing particular features of RSE 1.0, or a particular host / target combination. It is important for all of us to coordinate our efforts

  • In order to get bugs submitted early, such that we can fix them for the release
  • In order to avoid duplication of testing work
  • In order to get a good test coverage and exposure of RSE.


Click here for the RSE 1.0 Test Instructions


Organization and Signup

Detailed RSE 1.0 Test Instructions are being sent out, so don't feel afraid of being signed up to any features you have never heard of before - this might actually help improving your test quality sinc you might tend to try things that nobody else thought about before.

Please put your name in the table below. Feel free to modify the host/target combinations, or features of RSE to test as you find yourself fit. Put an "ok" in the first column when you reviewed your assignment. You may delete assignments or limit your time commitment, but please let us know what you are planning and then stick to your commitment. The list is sorted by company name, then first name.

Signing up for a testing commitment means downloading and installing RSE, checking assigned features, and submitting bugzilla reports. A very basic sanity test should be included for each tester in addition to the specific assignment. I've started assigning 2 hours of testing for contributors / users, and 4 hours of testing for committers, which I think everybody should be able to invest. Of course, doing more testing won't hurt but please try and focus on those areas that you have signed up to.

Thanks to everybody who signs up and thus helps making RSE better!

Test Matrix

ok Tester Name (Company) Client Platform Connection types RSE Features Time Commitment, Comments
ok Greg Watson (LANL) MacOS X 10.4.7, Sun 1.5.0_06-112 Ssh Verify known mac-ssh bugs 2h
ok Sumit Sarkar (HP) Windows XP SP2, Sun 1.4.2_10 Dstore-Unix (HP-UX) CDT Remote Launch 4h
ok Dave Dykstal (IBM) Windows XP, IBM 5.0 SP1 Dstore-Mac, Dstore-Linux Complex Filters, Preferences, Processes 2h
ok MacOS X 10.4.7, Sun 1.5.0_06-112 Dstore-Mac, Dstore-Linux Complex Filters, Preferences, Processes 2h
ok Dave McKnight (IBM) Linux-GTK (SLES 9), IBMj 1.4.2 sr3 Dstore-Windows Synchronous Operation, Dirty Editors and Merging 4h
ok Kushal Munir (IBM) Windows XP SP2, IBMj 1.4.2 sr3 Dstore-AIX File Encodings, RSE Props+Scratchpad 3h
ok Ewa Matejska (PalmSource) Linux-GTK (Ubuntu 5.10), Sun 1.5.0_07 Local-Linux Subsystem Properties 2-3h
ok Norbert Ploett (Siemens) Windows XP, Sun 1.5.0_06 Dstore-Linux Shell Content Assist-Linux, DStore Launch Options 4h
ok Javier Montalvo (Symbian) Windows 2000, Sun 1.4.2_03-b02 Windows-local, FTP Verify ISV Docs, Access Permissions & Timestamps 4h
ok Martin Oberhuber (Wind River) Windows XP SP1, Sun 1.5.0_07-b03 Windows-local, Linux-dstore Profiles, Team Support, Connection Problems 4h
ok Linux-GTK (RHWS4), Sun 1.4.2_12-b03 Linux-local, Windows-dstore Profiles, Team Support, Connection Problems 4h
ok Michael Scharf (Wind River) Windows XP, Sun 1.5.0_07, Eclipse-3.2.1 DStore-Windows Team and Daytime examples, Parallel Access 4h
ok Ted Williams (Wind River) Windows XP, Sun 1.4.2_11 Local-Windows ISV Docs Tutorial, Shell Content Assist 4h
ok Uwe Stieber (Wind River) Windows XP SP2, Sun 1.5.0_08-b03 Ssh-Linux Scalability, Drag&Drop 2h
ok Linux-GTK (SUSE 10.1), Sun 1.5.0_07-b03 Ssh Scalability, Drag&Drop 2h

Test Features

RSE Features signed up already

RSE Features to test

Client Platforms

Windows XP MartinO (SP1; Sun1.5.0_08); KushalM (SP2; IBM1.5 / IBM1.4.2); NorbertP (SP2; Sun1.5.0_06); SumitS (SP2; Sun1.4.2_10);
Windows 2000 JavierM (Sun 1.4.2_03);
Linux-x86-gtk MartinO (RHEL4, Sun1.4.2_12); UweS (Suse10.1, Sun1.5.0_07); DaveM (SLES9, IBM1.4.2_sr3); EwaM (Ubuntu5.10, Sun1.5.0_07);
Linux-ppc-gtk GregW (round2);
Solaris-motif MartinO (Solaris9);
Mac OS X GregW (10.4.7, Sun1.5.0_06); DaveD (10.4.7, Sun1.5.0_06);
Linux-x86_64-gtk
Linux-Motif

Target Platforms

Windows-dstore MartinO (XP-SP1, Sun1.5.0_08);
Windows-ssh
Windows-ftp
Linux-dstore MartinO (RHEL4, Sun1.4.2_12); NorbertP (SUSE10.0; Sun1.4.2_06); UweS (SUSE10.1; Sun1.5.0_07); EwaM (Ubuntu5.10, Sun1.5.0_07);
Linux-ssh MartinO (RHEL4); UweS (SUSE10.1); EwaM (Ubuntu5.10)
Linux-ftp
Solaris-dstore
Solaris-ssh MartinO (Sol7);
Solaris-ftp
HPUX-dstore
HPUX-ssh SumitS (HP-UX11.11);
HPUX-ftp
AIX-dstore KushalM
AIX-ssh
AIX-ftp
MacOSX-dstore DaveD (10.4.7, Sun1.5.0_06);
MacOSX-ssh GregW (10.4.7, Sun1.5.0_06);
MacOSX-ftp
VMS-ftp
MVS-ftp
VxWorks-ftp

Test Reports and Bugs Found

Comments from Testers

  • I think the reminders are great! -- User:Michael.Scharf.windriver.com
  • We should have a formal database with test cases to perform. This could be just Wiki pages grouped by feature and/or use case. -- User:uwe.stieber.windriver.com
  • I thought it was well organized -- better than most. -- User:ted.williams.windriver.com
  • I thought the coverage was good. Also, the test instructions were good. -- User:kmunir.ca.ibm.com
  • FTP was just sanity tested since there are quite a lot of standing issues and the engine is going to be replaced. -- User:Javier.MontalvoOrus.symbian.com
  • Given that all assignment are voluntary it is good that you try to formalize things somewhat. (Haven't seen this in the CDT) -- User:norbert.ploett.siemens.com
  • The testing was very coordinated. -- User:Ewa.Matejska.palmsource.com
  • User:sumit.sarkar.gmail.com writes:
    • A presentation from RSE team could have really helped to ramp up our testing and know the features. I didn't have much time reading the documentation.  :)
    • I need to file another bug. I saw when a file name in HP-UX had a ":" in it, the files could not be loaded in the RSE/Eclipse editor.
    • Didn't like the remote console (term) part. Why command line is separate from the console? It was slow. The lines in the console was selectable, but when I right-clicked, "Open With" was disabled. Did not know what to do? And why this feature is there and what it is supposed to do.
    • In two separate installation of Eclipse and RSE, after eclipse crashed while opening the remote PPT file, the eclipse installation became unusable. It does not even come up now. Not sure, it is Eclipse problem or RSE. But as a user of RSE, I didn't like it.
    • About the meeting notice, somehow I didn't get any meeting request. Got the mail only after I came to the office at 9:00am PDT. By the time meeting was over. I am pretty sure, you had the meeting notice somewhere

in the wiki page. But a reminder could have helped.