In this post you can find an overview about the work happened in the Firefox Automation team during week 9 and 10. I for myself was a week on vacation. A bit of relaxing before the work on the TPS test framework should get started. Highlights In preparation to run Mozmill tests for Firefox Metro in our Mozmill-CI system, Andreea has started to get support for Metro builds and appropriate tests included. With the help from Henrik we got Mozmill 2.0.6 released. It contains a helpful fix for waitForPageLoad(), which
The current work load is still affecting my time for getting out our automation status reports. The current updates are a bit old but still worth to mention. So lets get them out. Highlights As mentioned in my last report, we had issues with Mozmill on Windows while running our restart tests. So during a restart of Firefox, Mozmill wasn’t waiting long enough to detect that the old process is gone, so a new instance has been started immediately. Sadly that process failed with the profile already in use error.
This is again an overview about the highlights of our work in week 47 and 48 this year. Sorry for the delay of a couple of days but some critical work was holding me off from writing this post. Highlights Henrik and Dave were working on a couple of Mozmill-CI updates, which have been pushed to production. The first batch of features and bug fixes landed in week 47. It included the monitoring plugin for Jenkins, which hopefully will help us to figure out the reasons of Java crashes. Also