That's what I found. The problem is in vncserver. Latest vnc in
combination with gnome manager makes tests waiting forever in UI thread
when importing projects and use JobMtils.waitForIdle(). It turned out to
make the tests move ahead I needed to open vnc display in viewer and
sent any event from keyboard of from mouse.
the fix was replacing in ~/.vnc/xstartup
metacity --replace &
and tests are fine again.
I'm not sure but that might be the case.
On 08/30/2012 01:04 PM, Nick Boldt wrote:
Not sure... you tell me:
On 08/30/2012 03:02 PM, Alexey Kazakov wrote:
> On 08/30/2012 11:41 AM, Nick Boldt wrote:
>> If you spread the 25 components out in approximate order, assuming
>> that no two run in parallel (which is of course not the case but makes
>> it easier to estimate times) then a fresh CDI build is over 9 hours
>> after a fresh usage, tests, or common build. Since CDI has over an
>> hour of tests in it, Seam is therefore close to 12 hours down the stack.
> An hour for CDI tests? Why so long? It takes ~ 11 minutes (about 1000
> JUnit tests) with Tycho on my laptop.