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Thursday, October 31 • 11:50 - 12:30
Test Metadata Extraction - Cyril Hrubis, SUSE

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Test metadata extraction is an attempt to propagate test metadata, i.e.
requirements, constraints, and documentation, from testcases to the test
execution framework.

The reason behind all this work is to make the execution framework aware
of this information in order to make better decisions. There are many
improvements that could be implemented based on this work starting with
simple things such as skipping unsupported tests without need to execute
the test binary or automatically annotating test failures with kernel
commit ids. More advanced uses would be building browseable and
indexable test documentation, selecting right system to run the test on
based on test requirements, or running tests in parallel.

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Cyril Hrubis

Kernel QA, SUSE
Cyril Hrubis was born in a small village in Czech Republic, played with electronics, until finally got his first PC. After that he quickly realized that proprietary systems are no fun, became a Linux user, and never looked back. All this lead employment as a kernel QA for SUSE, which... Read More →

Thursday October 31, 2019 11:50 - 12:30 CET
Salon Pasteur