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[stable15] Remove Google+ from Social Sharing Bundle #14596

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backport of #14587

MariusBluem added 2 commits Mar 8, 2019
Signed-off-by: Marius Blüm <marius@lineone.io>
Signed-off-by: Marius Blüm <marius@lineone.io>
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Status of 16867: failure

TESTS=acceptance, TESTS-ACCEPTANCE=app-comments

  • tests/acceptance/features/app-comments.feature:10
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  Scenario: open the comments for a different file           # /drone/src/github.com/nextcloud/server/tests/acceptance/features/app-comments.feature:10
    Given I am logged in                                     # LoginPageContext::iAmLoggedIn()
    And I create a new folder named "Folder"                 # FileListContext::iCreateANewFolderNamed()
    And I open the details view for "welcome.txt"            # FileListContext::iOpenTheDetailsViewFor()
    And I open the "Comments" tab in the details view        # FilesAppContext::iOpenTheTabInTheDetailsView()
    And I create a new comment with "Hello world" as message # CommentsAppContext::iCreateANewCommentWithAsMessage()
    And I see a comment with "Hello world" as message        # CommentsAppContext::iSeeACommentWithAsMessage()
      Comment with text "Hello world" in details view in Files app could not be found after 100 seconds (NoSuchElementException)
    When I open the details view for "Folder"                # FileListContext::iOpenTheDetailsViewFor()
    Then I see that there are no comments                    # CommentsAppContext::iSeeThatThereAreNoComments()

TESTS=acceptance, TESTS-ACCEPTANCE=app-files

  • tests/acceptance/features/app-files.feature:72
  • tests/acceptance/features/app-files.feature:133
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  Scenario: show recent files                                                 # /drone/src/github.com/nextcloud/server/tests/acceptance/features/app-files.feature:72
    Given I am logged in                                                      # LoginPageContext::iAmLoggedIn()
    And I create a new folder named "Folder just created"                     # FileListContext::iCreateANewFolderNamed()
      │ Create menu button in file list could not be clicked
      │ Exception message: Element is not currently visible and so may not be interacted with
      │ Build info: version: '2.53.1', revision: 'a36b8b1', time: '2016-06-30 17:37:03'
      │ System info: host: 'ebeb7320e1f6', ip: '172.17.0.14', os.name: 'Linux', os.arch: 'amd64', os.version: '4.15.0-43-generic', java.version: '1.8.0_91'
      │ Driver info: driver.version: unknown
      │ Trying again
      │ 
    When I open the "Recent" section                                          # AppNavigationContext::iOpenTheSection()
    Then I see that the current section is "Recent"                           # AppNavigationContext::iSeeThatTheCurrentSectionIs()
    Then I see that the file list contains a file named "Folder just created" # FileListContext::iSeeThatTheFileListContainsAFileNamed()
      Row for file Folder just created in file list could not be found after 100 seconds (NoSuchElementException)

  Scenario: show deleted files for a second time                      # /drone/src/github.com/nextcloud/server/tests/acceptance/features/app-files.feature:133
    Given I am logged in                                              # LoginPageContext::iAmLoggedIn()
    And I open the "Deleted files" section                            # AppNavigationContext::iOpenTheSection()
    And I see that the current section is "Deleted files"             # AppNavigationContext::iSeeThatTheCurrentSectionIs()
    And I open the "All files" section                                # AppNavigationContext::iOpenTheSection()
    And I see that the current section is "All files"                 # AppNavigationContext::iSeeThatTheCurrentSectionIs()
    And I delete "welcome.txt"                                        # FileListContext::iDelete()
      │ File actions menu button for file welcome.txt in file list could not be clicked
      │ Exception message: Element is no longer attached to the DOM
      │ For documentation on this error, please visit: http://seleniumhq.org/exceptions/stale_element_reference.html
      │ Build info: version: '2.53.1', revision: 'a36b8b1', time: '2016-06-30 17:37:03'
      │ System info: host: 'ebeb7320e1f6', ip: '172.17.0.14', os.name: 'Linux', os.arch: 'amd64', os.version: '4.15.0-43-generic', java.version: '1.8.0_91'
      │ Driver info: driver.version: unknown
      │ Trying again
      │ 
    When I open the "Deleted files" section                           # AppNavigationContext::iOpenTheSection()
    Then I see that the current section is "Deleted files"            # AppNavigationContext::iSeeThatTheCurrentSectionIs()
    Then I see that the file list contains a file named "welcome.txt" # FileListContext::iSeeThatTheFileListContainsAFileNamed()
      Row for file welcome.txt in file list could not be found after 100 seconds (NoSuchElementException)

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@MorrisJobke MorrisJobke merged commit 1b53d46 into stable15 Mar 8, 2019
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@MorrisJobke MorrisJobke deleted the backport/14587/stable15 branch Mar 8, 2019
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