Exception testing - September 2015

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Exception testing - September 2015

Postby mr_lou_d » Sat Sep 12, 2015 5:59 pm

Exception testing for September/October 2015

Greetings Python plugin testers!

PLEASE Install the latest Dev IDE and Plugin as described here: http://forums.nbpython.org/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=68

This is free-form testing. Test however you like. We are only (primarily) looking for Exceptions that might occur, whether during installation/uninstallation, or during normal use of the IDE.
Cross-testing: Create a Python project (either kind). Run it. Create a Java project (any kind), and Run it. Experiment with switching back and forth between projects, creating and deleting projects etc. There are also some Sample projects you can create in Java - create, run and delete some of those, too.
You can also try some of the JavaFX tests at http://services.netbeans.org/synergy/javafx_-_editor%252C_tasks%252C_and_configuration/8.1
or http://services.netbeans.org/synergy/javafx_-_create_projects/8.1
Flip back and forth between Python projects and other types as you test...

If you encounter an exception, use the tool in the IDE to report it and make sure to include "TESTING PYTHON" in the description, make a note of the bug and exception ID numbers, and report them in a new message here with a subject of "ERROR -" and some description.

If you encounter other, non-exception bugs, make sure to report them here. IF you use bugzilla to report a bug, MAKE SURE that you search through the existing bugs before filing a new one. The list of existing bugs is at: https://netbeans.org/bugzilla/buglist.cgi?bug_status=NEW&bug_status=STARTED&bug_status=REOPENED&product=python&query_format=advanced
If you find your bug was already reported (likely), please add a comment to it in bugzilla.

We will be testing like this throughout the rest of the month; test early and often. Every few days, uninstall and reinstall as shown in http://forums.nbpython.org/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=68

Thank you very much - we appreciate your help!
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