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fix duration_ms #6

merged 2 commits into from May 18, 2016


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forrest79 commented Mar 19, 2014

In this version is duration_ms in seconds but "ms" in variable name is little confusing :-) This fix requires duration_ms in milliseconds.


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kinow commented Oct 9, 2015

Hi @forrest79

Sorry for the delay. I'm on a roll fixing bugs, and will cut a few more releases.

I'll massage the code and will fix the conflicts to merge your pull request in the next days.



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harschware commented May 17, 2016

Thanks for the TAP plugin! I also encountered this issue. I'm hoping a new release will come soon and include the fix.

@kinow kinow merged commit 1d964ea into jenkinsci:master May 18, 2016


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rvagg commented Jun 8, 2016

This is going to be a pretty awkward change to manage since reporters have standardised around duration_ms as being in seconds (e.g. the Node.js core test runner does this, as do some Node.js ecosystem tap reporters such as Hapi.js). The way I've learnt to read it to solve for the discrepancy is "duration including milliseconds". Perhaps instead of making a breaking change, an alternative could be introduced that is just duration and have that read in either seconds or milliseconds (it really doesn't matter what, since that'd be a new standard), and leave duration_ms for existing reporters that depend on reporting in a certain way.


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gibfahn commented Jun 9, 2016

Perhaps the duration option could have an ms or s suffix, e.g. duration: 1.2s or duration: 1000.2ms

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