Hi guys - i agree it should be moved up and with Jesse's other comments as
well. I have a patch in
the tests if one of the committers wants to take a look. I
removed the @Category annotations following the example Jesse set when he
moved TestBytes to hbase-common.
We initially tried to move the tests at the same time as KeyValue, but
things got confusing with the tests so I split the jiras since I only
needed KeyValue moved for
DataBlockEncoding interfaces to hbase-common).
btw - great work on the hbase-it module Enis.
On Sun, Jul 1, 2012 at 12:46 PM, Jesse Yates <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:
> Yeah, looks like it should be moved up. @Matt Corgan - thoughts?
> My vision (perhaps arguable) is that all the "strict" unit tests can be
> moved to the module in which its primary code resides (so the TestKeyValue
> goes in the same module as KeyValue). For the moment, it means dropping the
> @Category and bringing up any test dependencies, which it looks like there
> are few if any external ones.
> We can debate if we want to include categories in common, since anything
> not in server (for the moment) should just be a unit test and everything in
> server can be either a unit or cluster test (so anything labeled with
> @Category(MediumTests.class or @Category(LargeTests.class).
> I'd argue the cluster tests are probably things that can be moved into
> hbase-it module that Enis just created (is creating?). His work in that
> area is also going to be really useful for abstracting of the minicluster
> so that it is actually feasible to have cluster tests that aren't full
> blown ITs. But that's a little ways off...
> Jesse Yates
> On Sun, Jul 1, 2012 at 12:32 PM, Lars George <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > Hi,
> > For HBASE-6265 I noticed that in trunk the TestKeyValue is in
> > hbase-server, while KeyValue is in hbase-common now. Is that work left
> > Lars