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Really fix so tests ignore .gitconfig #1066



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@magicus magicus commented Mar 16, 2021

It turned out that SKARA-913 which fixed unwanted side effects of SKARA-868, in fact broke Skara testing completely the way SKARA-868 was supposed to fix. In SKARA-913 only a few of the Skara tests were properly configured to really ignore the local configuration; something I discovered lately when running all tests on a machine with a .gitconfig that foils several git tests from running.

Since there is no really single point of entry to say to the Repository logic "I am now running a test", I have created a wrapper TestableRepository.init(), which calls Repository.init() and makes sure ignoreConfiguration is on.

At least this solves the problem for me. There might be other tests hiding where other strange configurations provoke a failure; I know of no systematic way to find all these, so I'll guess we have to fix that when it is discovered.


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