Continuing the series of articles, let’s check how we do integration tests for nexus plugins. The kungfu virus scanner The kungfu virus scanner is a simple nexus plugin. It will prevent nexus from caching infected files (it will still serve the file, but won’t cache it). To know if a file is infected or not, [...]
Flex compiler does use lot’s of memory and CPU resources, so does Flexmojos. There’s not much new in here. Some time ago I was reading this blog post with some memory parameter suggestion. And guess what, compilation becomes faster using it. There are 2 ways to change maven JVM settings: 1 – Editing launch files [...]
In the third part of this series I will talk about how integration tests (and unit tests) are done on Flexmojos. If you haven’t been following along, you should read the first and second posts of this series.
The buzz word this week in the Flex universe was FlexPMD. That is a really good tool that many missed when working with Flex. A curious person that I am, I downloaded the sources, just to sneak a peek, see some code, basically watch and learn. What a pleasant surprise it was to discover that [...]
A few days ago we changed nexus integration tests to use an embedded version of nexus instead of using a forked VM. Before every test Nexus is started and then stopped again after the test completes. This is done once for each test class (Junit: @BeforeClass=start nexus, @AfterClass=stop nexus). During the first run we noticed [...]