Couchbase .NET client library (official), based on the Enyim memcached client
C#
Latest commit a9e6dba May 16, 2017 @MikeGoldsmith MikeGoldsmith NCBC-1428: Don't run Enhanced Authentication tests during CI builds
MOTIVATION
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The enhanced authentication test always fails when run during CI builds
because the test can only succeed against server 5.0 or greater. This
test should be ignored until the test cluster is compatible with Enhanced
Authentication.

MODIFICATIONS
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- ignore enhanced authentication tests

RESULT
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The enhanced authentication test is not run during CI builds.

Change-Id: Ibb7e0310d6b5f7e012074d870ee6ea315d1c12ae
Reviewed-on: http://review.couchbase.org/78180
Tested-by: Build Bot <build@couchbase.com>
Reviewed-by: Jeffry Morris <jeffrymorris@gmail.com>

README.md

Official Couchbase .NET SDK Build Status

  • master is 2.0 development branch
  • release13 is 1.3.X development branch

Getting Started

To get up and running with the SDK, please visit the online documentation.

Running the Unit Tests

To run the unit tests (for master), the following are required:

  1. Couchbase Server >= 3.0 installed on localhost
  2. N1QL DP4 downloaded, copied to disk and connected to your localhost Couchbase Server: see here.
  3. The "beer-sample" sample Bucket and data set installed. This can be installed by logging into the Couchbase Console (http://localhost:8091) and then Settings->Sample Buckets.
  4. The following buckets installed on localhost:
    1. "default" - the standard default bucket
    2. "authenticated" - a Couchbase bucket with a password of "secret"
    3. "memcached" - a Memcached bucket with no password
  5. Install an SSL certificate (copied from the Couchbase console) if you wish to run the SSL/TLS tests

Note that some tests require a cluster (Observe tests and Replica Read tests for example) and will fail if running on localhost.

Pull Requests and Submissions

Being an Open Source project, the Couchbase SDK depends upon feedback and submissions from the community. If you feel as if you want to submit a bug fix or a feature, please post a Pull Request. The Pull Request will go through a formal code review process and merged after being +2'd by a Couchbase Engineer. In order to accept a submission, Couchbase requires that all contributors sign the Contributor License Agreement (CLA). You can do this by creating an account in Gerrit, our official Code Review system. After you have created your account, login and check the CLA checkbox.

Once the CLA is signed, a Couchbase engineer will push the pull request to Gerrit and one or more Couchbase engineers will review the submission. If it looks good they will then +2 the changeset and merge it with master. In addition, if the submission needs more work, you will need to amend the Changeset with another Patchset. Note that is strongly encouraged to submit a Unit Test with each submission and also include a description of the submission, what changed and what the result is.