terracotta-platform

For Developers

License Headers

Check for missing licenses:

./mvnw license:check

Format files:

./mvnw license:format

Fast build

This project is big and development and testing times are impacted by Maven build time since there is no gradle cache. So we need to be able several times per day to build the project fast.

./mvnw clean install -DskipTests -Dfast

The command should only do the minimal required steps:

No toolchain, verification, license check, findbugs, etc.

The command needs to be fast: less than 30 seconds.

Unit tests vs IT tests

We are able to run the unit tests only and all tests:

Skip all the tests:

./mvnw clean verify -DskipTests -Dfast

Skip Galvan and Angela IT tests but run unit tests (last ~2-3min)

./mvnw clean verify -DskipITs -Dfast

Run everything, like on Azure. Lasts ~1h20min

./mvnw clean verify

Concurrent Maven executions

It is possible to further speed the execution of the build by using -TxC.

Example, running the unit tests with -T4C leads to a build lasting only 1 min 20 sec.

./mvnw clean install -DskipTests -Dfast -T4C

Plugin config

Choose the JVM used for testing

We can run the tests with one of the JVM on the toolchain but compilation is done in 1.8.

Examples

Run a test with Java 11 (will look at your toolchains.xml file to fine the JVM):

./mvnw verify -f management/testing/integration-tests/pom.xml -Dit.test=DiagnosticIT -Djava.test.version=1.11

Run a test with Java 8 (will look at your toolchains.xml file to fine the JVM):

./mvnw verify -f management/testing/integration-tests/pom.xml -Dit.test=DiagnosticIT -Djava.test.version=1.8

Run a test with Java 8 (will look at your toolchains.xml file to fine the JVM):

./mvnw verify -f management/testing/integration-tests/pom.xml -Dit.test=DiagnosticIT

Run a test by using the default JAVA_HOME found from your shell. -Dfast has no enforcement at all and does not use toolchain. -Dfast goal is to compile and package fast.

./mvnw verify -f management/testing/integration-tests/pom.xml -Dit.test=DiagnosticIT -Dfast

The same applies for Angela tests in dynamic-config/testing/system-tests.

Verification

Look inside the servers logs of the nodes started by Angela and Galvan. The server logs contain the list of system properties and JVM details used to start the servers. The version should match the one requested.

Look for something like that in the logs:

java.runtime.name             : OpenJDK Runtime Environment
java.runtime.version          : 11.0.6+10
java.specification.name       : Java Platform API Specification
java.specification.vendor     : Oracle Corporation
java.specification.version    : 11

IDE support

After having done a ./mvnw clean verify -DskipTests -Dfast to build the project and kit, you should be able to go in your IDE and right-click run the test DiagnosticIT for example.