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Baohua Yang <yangbaohua@...>
 

Thanks denghui!
Can you also help test the topology_manager, where I put a test_userlink_operations() but it fails sometime.
So glad to see we already finish the framework and input the tests on modules like switch manager and topology manager.
Every integration member is welcome for trying and helping improve!


On Mon, Nov 4, 2013 at 10:27 PM, huang denghui <huangdenghui@...> wrote:
Hi baohua
    I test do_put_request, it works, and i add a example for put request in restlib. All changes i push to github. please check it. thanks.


2013/11/2 Gmail <yangbaohua@...>
Sure.
Integration with the robot framework is our next step. We certainly consider the scalability.
Currently, we need to finish all test cases on each module ASAP.
Denghui, can you finish reviewing the code this weekend? Thus we can freeze the main architecture.
Any one is encouraged to make contribution, thanks!

On Nov 2, 2013, at 16:39, huang denghui <huangdenghui@...> wrote:

> Hi  baohua
>
>      I review all cases you commit, they are great. Since in the future, we will reuse all those cases to integrate with robot framework, So, i have a comment. we need to make sure file name is the same as class name located in that file, such as file switch_manager.txt include class SwitchManager, so i propose change switch_manager.txt to SwitchManager.txt, otherwise we will run into trouble when integrate those cases with robot.




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Best wishes!
Baohua


denghui huang
 

Hi baohua
    I test do_put_request, it works, and i add a example for put request in restlib. All changes i push to github. please check it. thanks.


2013/11/2 Gmail <yangbaohua@...>

Sure.
Integration with the robot framework is our next step. We certainly consider the scalability.
Currently, we need to finish all test cases on each module ASAP.
Denghui, can you finish reviewing the code this weekend? Thus we can freeze the main architecture.
Any one is encouraged to make contribution, thanks!

On Nov 2, 2013, at 16:39, huang denghui <huangdenghui@...> wrote:

> Hi  baohua
>
>      I review all cases you commit, they are great. Since in the future, we will reuse all those cases to integrate with robot framework, So, i have a comment. we need to make sure file name is the same as class name located in that file, such as file switch_manager.txt include class SwitchManager, so i propose change switch_manager.txt to SwitchManager.txt, otherwise we will run into trouble when integrate those cases with robot.


Gmail <yangbaohua@...>
 

Sure.
Integration with the robot framework is our next step. We certainly consider the scalability.
Currently, we need to finish all test cases on each module ASAP.
Denghui, can you finish reviewing the code this weekend? Thus we can freeze the main architecture.
Any one is encouraged to make contribution, thanks!

On Nov 2, 2013, at 16:39, huang denghui <huangdenghui@...> wrote:

Hi baohua

I review all cases you commit, they are great. Since in the future, we will reuse all those cases to integrate with robot framework, So, i have a comment. we need to make sure file name is the same as class name located in that file, such as file switch_manager.txt include class SwitchManager, so i propose change switch_manager.txt to SwitchManager.txt, otherwise we will run into trouble when integrate those cases with robot.


denghui huang
 

Hi  baohua

     I review all cases you commit, they are great. Since in the future, we will reuse all those cases to integrate with robot framework, So, i have a comment. we need to make sure file name is the same as class name located in that file, such as file switch_manager.txt include class SwitchManager, so i propose change switch_manager.txt to SwitchManager.txt, otherwise we will run into trouble when integrate those cases with robot.