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event-protocol: Add test-run started event #161

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mattwynne commented Mar 18, 2017 edited


Add a test-run-started event. This contains contextual information about the test run.


More PRs coming for test results events

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@mattwynne mattwynne event-protocol: Add test-run started event
More PRs coming for test results events

aslakhellesoy commented Mar 20, 2017

We probably need this.

Going forward I would like to see additions or changes to the event protocol to be done in the same commit as the consumer(s) requiring that change. This means that consumers driving the change to the protocol will have to be added to this repo.

@mattwynne mattwynne closed this Mar 26, 2017


mattwynne commented Mar 26, 2017

I'll do this differently I think, and propose all the test result events together so we can review the whole lot at the same time.


mattwynne commented Mar 26, 2017

I agree about having the consumer in the same PR in general, but I'm worried it will make for a very big PR if we have the GUI and the protocol changes all in one. I'm planning to send one for the GUI and another for the protocol, building on that one.

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