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Test newly described definitions of recursive and recursive_conservative flags

Added by bherring almost 5 years ago. Updated over 4 years ago.

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CLOSED - COMPLETE
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High
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Documentation, Pulp 2
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Description

Pulp 2.18.1 is introducing a new flag to `recursive_conservative`.

It is not clear in the documentation how this new flag should be used, and how to use this with already existent `recursive` flag.

I suggest this use case use to be added to the documentation.

Test Updates and Centralization on Modularity, depsolve, Recursive, and Recursive Conservative

Re-definition of Scope

There are a lot of modularity issues scattered about, quite a few holes in knowledge before this parent ticket, and a few missing test case permutations that need to be added.

Centralizing all this work and wrangling and straggling issues to this parent test issue.

The following are the actions being covered in this ticket:

test_modularity , #3740 --> #4364

PR: WIP, herring

  • Updating to include --recursive with latest RPMs
  • Updating to include --recursive_conservative cases
  • Updating to include modular <--> modular dep
    • There is already a fixture (rpm-with-modules) that has a module --> module --> RPM --> RPM dep tree
      • [duck-0.7] --> [walrus]
    • walrus modules then have a deptree of
      Modules:
      [walrus-0.71]
      └── walrus-0.71
      Dependent RPMs of the provided RPM from ``walrus-0.71``
      walrus-0.71
      └── whale
      ├── shark
      └── stork
      [walrus-5.21]
      └── walrus-5.21

test_copy.py

  • Update to include case that --recursive with latest RPMs

test_modular_errata.py

While not specifically addressed in #4364, modular_errata has been defined in the latest documentation update to behave the same for --recursive and --recursive_conservative as modules and modules with RPMs.

The test_modular_errata.py should be evaluated to handle this case and may need an update or new fixture for the errata testing.

  • PR: NEW
  • Updating to include --recursive with latest RPMs
  • Updating to include --recursive_conservative cases
  • Updating to include modular <--> modular dep

test_rich_weak_deps , #3740 --> #4547

  • PR: NEW
  • Ensure rich_weak_deps test includes --recursive and --recursive_conservative cases

Clean-up all Source Documentation

PR: DONE

  • Move any outstanding source documentation or issues relating to this work to this ticket
  • Close out and link any incorrectly created Git Issues to this ticket.

Files

dev_baseline_meeting.log (2.5 KB) dev_baseline_meeting.log Raw Meeting notes bherring, 02/19/2019 04:53 PM

Sub-issues 3 (0 open3 closed)

Test #4364: Implement modularity content dependency solvingCLOSED - COMPLETEbherringActions
Test #4547: Ensure rich_weak_deps test includes --recursive and --recursive_conservative casesCLOSED - COMPLETEkersomActions
Test #4548: Ensure modular_errata.py includes cases for --recursive and --recursive_conservative inline with document updatesCLOSED - COMPLETEkersomActions

Related issues

Related to RPM Support - Test #4269: Recursive and conservative recursive copyCLOSED - COMPLETEkersomActions
Related to RPM Support - Story #3740: Implement modularity content dependency solvingCLOSED - CURRENTRELEASEmilan

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Copied from RPM Support - Task #4371: Document how to use the newly added recursive_conservativeCLOSED - CURRENTRELEASEttereshc

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