Does the remote run really execute my changes?

Hi there,

Just executed a remote run using teamcity 3914. The build executed successfully, I received the confirmation dialog for committing the changes, and all was dandy.

However, looking at the build log, I have doubts that my changes really ran. The only changed file was a unit test file that got a few more tests. In the build log, the private run did not execute the tests I just wrote, while the next public build did (the number of tests show this).

This looks like a bug to me. Unless I'm doing something wrong...

Best,
Andrei

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Hi Andrei,

It is really easy to test that your changes run. Try to submit non-compilable code and see the results. By the way, what kind of plugin do you use (IDEA, Eclipse)?

Kind regards,
KIR

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It is really easy to test that your changes run.
Try to submit non-compilable code and see the
results. By the way, what kind of plugin do you use
(IDEA, Eclipse)?


That would mean breaking the build. :)

I'll try that.

However, by looking at the two consecutive builds, if the new code did, indeed, get executed, then the UI is misleading (it shows the number of tests before my changes). I'd vote for the initial presumption, where the code did not get executed, but I'll try with a broken test as well.

I'm using latest Selena build and the repository is subversion 1.4.

I'll let you know how it goes with the broken code.

Best,
Andrei

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Hello Andrei,

>> It is really easy to test that your changes run. Try to submit
>> non-compilable code and see the results. By the way, what kind of
>> plugin do you use (IDEA, Eclipse)?

That would mean breaking the build. :)


You can uncheck the checkbox "commit changes in case succ. build" (just remote
run without delayed commit).
If remote run of obviously wrong code will produce successful personal build,
then it is a bug.

George


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Yep, that's what I've done. Reported at:
http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/TW-2082?page=all

Best,
Andrei

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