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From Kazuomi Kashii <kazu...@kashii.net>
Subject Re: [PROPOSAL] close GORA-53 and track 3 bugs in subtasks of a new issue
Date Wed, 18 Jul 2012 15:10:21 GMT
Hi Lewis,

Thanks for your comments, and
I will be committing GORA-149 and GORA-53 patches shortly.

For the current failures of gora-cassandra test, I know 3 as described at:

1) AssertionFailedError is simple to fix at CassandraStore.

3) ComparisonFailure is a bug of gora-cassandra, and to be investigated

2) StackOverflowError is caused between ListGenericArray.java of
gora-core and GenericData.java of Avro as follows.

Time elapsed: 0.62 sec <<< ERROR! 

Currently, I have no clue.
It looks a bug of ListGenericArray, but another gora-cassandra bug might
cause this.
I will investigate it further.


On 7/18/12 3:35 AM, Lewis John Mcgibbney wrote:
> Hi Kaz,
> On Mon, Jul 16, 2012 at 2:55 PM, Kazuomi Kashii <kazuomi@kashii.net> wrote:
>> I think that gora-cassandra test is working now, even though there are
>> several issues as attached.
>> Considering that the objective of GORA-53 is to add (or implement)
>> gora-cassandra test, and
>> that it is difficult to track many issues in a single issue,
>> I'd propose to:
>> 1) commit GORA-53 (and GORA-149) patch(es);
> +1 for GORA-53, GORA-149 is pretty meaty and I've only had limited
> oppertunity to try it out so far. I'd like to run through some mock up
> situations then run with Nutchgora a couple of times to see that all
> is well. AFAICT the new serializers look great in gora-cassandra and a
> good improvement. It will be great to eventually integrate into
> codebase.
>> 2) close GORA-53;
> +1. Based on the above
>> 3) open a new issue that gora-cassandra test fails; and
> Yes we will need to override these tests in the core module. As I've
> been away for the weekend I wonder if you managed to get a grasp on
> what is wrong e.g. whether there are bugs in gora-core, gora-cassandra
> or that the tests simply need to be overridden in gora-cassandra? I do
> not know this just now and would need to look into them before I have
> an idea?
>> 4) open 3 subtasks of a new bug;
> Well this seems to have partly answered my question in 3 above. I
> remember seeing somewhere that you think there is a bug in core?  gain
> I need to look further into the log output and debug before I will
> know any more.
> In summary... are you able to commit 53 & 149? I've had a look at 149
> and it looks A OK to me. Although I have no overpowering concerns
> about committing into codebase and getting others using it I think it
> would be excellent if you could please provide some clarification on
> the above comments? Thank you in advance Kaz.
> Best
> Lewis

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