3 test cases failed when run test example nuve-test.js

I have setup test environment according to
http://lynckia.com/licode/travis-webrtc.html
then,I try to run all test cases defined at /test/nuve-test.js , test cases
can be found at
https://github.com/ging/lynckia/blob/master/test/nuve-test.js
3 test cases failed .

test steps:

  1. run ./script/initLynckia.sh
  2. run ./script/ initBasicExample.sh
  3. open http://localhost:3001 at browser and make sure environment is
    correct.
  4. run “npm test” at command line
    4 test cases passed while last 3 test cases failed.
    here is test result info
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) nuve-test should publish stream in room FAILED
    timeout: timed out after 5000 msec waiting for something to happen
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) SLOW 5.117 secs: nuve-test should publish stream in
    room
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) nuve-test should subscribe to stream in room FAILED
    TypeError: Cannot read property ‘local’ of undefined
    at Object.a.subscribe
    (/home/alice/lynckia/extras/basic_example/public/erizo.js:128:73)
    at null. (/home/alice/lynckia/test/nuve-test.js:175:14)
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) nuve-test should allow showing a subscribed stream
    FAILED

    TypeError: Cannot call method ‘show’ of undefined
    at null. (/home/alice/lynckia/test/nuve-test.js:190:22)
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) LOG: 'DEBUG: Event: room-disconnected’
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) LOG: ‘INFO: Socket disconnected’

Any comments or suggestion ?

Thanks
Alice

Hi Alice,

Thanks for the warning! We’re taking a glance at it since it seems the
–use-fake-media-device flag of Chrome doesn’t work properly. We’ll let you
know when we find a solution.

Anyway, any advice from someone in the list who is playing with this
Chrome’s feature will be welcome! Thanks!

Cheers,
Javier.On 29 May 2013 20:02, Alice onlyme.zyb77@gmail.com wrote:

I have setup test environment according to
http://lynckia.com/licode/travis-webrtc.html
then,I try to run all test cases defined at /test/nuve-test.js , test
cases can be found at
https://github.com/ging/lynckia/blob/master/test/nuve-test.js
3 test cases failed .

test steps:

  1. run ./script/initLynckia.sh
  2. run ./script/ initBasicExample.sh
  3. open http://localhost:3001 at browser and make sure environment is
    correct.
  4. run “npm test” at command line
    4 test cases passed while last 3 test cases failed.
    here is test result info
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) nuve-test should publish stream in room FAILED
    timeout: timed out after 5000 msec waiting for something to happen
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) SLOW 5.117 secs: nuve-test should publish stream in
    room
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) nuve-test should subscribe to stream in room FAILED
    TypeError: Cannot read property ‘local’ of undefined
    at Object.a.subscribe
    (/home/alice/lynckia/extras/basic_example/public/erizo.js:128:73)
    at null. (/home/alice/lynckia/test/nuve-test.js:175:14)
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) nuve-test should allow showing a subscribed stream
    FAILED

    TypeError: Cannot call method ‘show’ of undefined
    at null. (/home/alice/lynckia/test/nuve-test.js:190:22)
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) LOG: 'DEBUG: Event: room-disconnected’
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) LOG: ‘INFO: Socket disconnected’

Any comments or suggestion ?

Thanks
Alice


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Hi, Javier
I can send a pull request in Github :slight_smile:
A another question : why you set chrome_bin =“DISPLAY=:99” at Cakefile ?
I can only launch chrome with “DISPLAY=:0”

Thanks
AliceOn Tuesday, July 2, 2013 3:59:05 PM UTC+8, Javier Cerviño wrote:

Hi Alice,

Thanks a lot! That’s a very interesting fix for the tests since the were
partially broken. You can send a pull request in Github with the commit if
you want. If not, we’ll do it.

Cheers,
Javier.

On 2 July 2013 07:46, Alice <onlyme...@gmail.com <javascript:>> wrote:

Hi, Javier
I have debug the test cases again . It failed because stream-added event
always triggered later than timeout time (5000 msec) after we call
room.publish(localStream);
If we call room.publish(localStream) at test case ‘should connect to
room’ and add ‘waits(20000)’ before
’room.addEventListener(“stream-added”, function(msg) ~'
It works now.

On Tuesday, June 4, 2013 11:21:12 PM UTC+8, Javier Cerviño wrote:

Hi Alice,

Thanks for the warning! We’re taking a glance at it since it seems the
–use-fake-media-device flag of Chrome doesn’t work properly. We’ll let you
know when we find a solution.

Anyway, any advice from someone in the list who is playing with this
Chrome’s feature will be welcome! Thanks!

Cheers,
Javier.

On 29 May 2013 20:02, Alice onlyme...@gmail.com wrote:

I have setup test environment according to http://lynckia.com/licode/*
travis-webrtc.html http://lynckia.com/licode/travis-webrtc.html
then,I try to run all test cases defined at /test/nuve-test.js , test
cases can be found at https://github.com/ging/
*
lynckia/blob/master/test/nuve-**test.jshttps://github.com/ging/lynckia/blob/master/test/nuve-test.js
3 test cases failed .

test steps:

  1. run ./script/initLynckia.sh
  2. run ./script/ initBasicExample.sh
  3. open http://localhost:3001 at browser and make sure environment is
    correct.
  4. run “npm test” at command line
    4 test cases passed while last 3 test cases failed.
    here is test result info
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) nuve-test should publish stream in room FAILED
    timeout: timed out after 5000 msec waiting for something to happen
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) SLOW 5.117 secs: nuve-test should publish stream
    in room
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) nuve-test should subscribe to stream in room
    FAILED

    TypeError: Cannot read property ‘local’ of undefined
    at Object.a.subscribe (/home/alice/lynckia/extras/**
    basic_example/public/erizo.js:128:73)
    at null. (/home/alice/lynckia/test/

    nuve-test.js:175:14)
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) nuve-test should allow showing a subscribed
    stream FAILED

    TypeError: Cannot call method ‘show’ of undefined
    at null. (/home/alice/lynckia/test/**
    nuve-test.js:190:22)
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) LOG: 'DEBUG: Event: room-disconnected’
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) LOG: ‘INFO: Socket disconnected’

Any comments or suggestion ?

Thanks

Alice


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Hi, Javier
I have debug the test cases again . It failed because stream-added event
always triggered later than timeout time (5000 msec) after we call
room.publish(localStream);
If we call room.publish(localStream) at test case 'should connect to room’
and add ‘waits(20000)’ before 'room.addEventListener(“stream-added”,
function(msg) ~'
It works now.On Tuesday, June 4, 2013 11:21:12 PM UTC+8, Javier Cerviño wrote:

Hi Alice,

Thanks for the warning! We’re taking a glance at it since it seems the
–use-fake-media-device flag of Chrome doesn’t work properly. We’ll let you
know when we find a solution.

Anyway, any advice from someone in the list who is playing with this
Chrome’s feature will be welcome! Thanks!

Cheers,
Javier.

On 29 May 2013 20:02, Alice <onlyme...@gmail.com <javascript:>> wrote:

I have setup test environment according to
http://lynckia.com/licode/travis-webrtc.html
then,I try to run all test cases defined at /test/nuve-test.js , test
cases can be found at
https://github.com/ging/lynckia/blob/master/test/nuve-test.js
3 test cases failed .

test steps:

  1. run ./script/initLynckia.sh
  2. run ./script/ initBasicExample.sh
  3. open http://localhost:3001 at browser and make sure environment is
    correct.
  4. run “npm test” at command line
    4 test cases passed while last 3 test cases failed.
    here is test result info
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) nuve-test should publish stream in room FAILED
    timeout: timed out after 5000 msec waiting for something to happen
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) SLOW 5.117 secs: nuve-test should publish stream in
    room
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) nuve-test should subscribe to stream in room FAILED
    TypeError: Cannot read property ‘local’ of undefined
    at Object.a.subscribe
    (/home/alice/lynckia/extras/basic_example/public/erizo.js:128:73)
    at null. (/home/alice/lynckia/test/nuve-test.js:175:14)
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) nuve-test should allow showing a subscribed stream
    FAILED

    TypeError: Cannot call method ‘show’ of undefined
    at null. (/home/alice/lynckia/test/nuve-test.js:190:22)
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) LOG: 'DEBUG: Event: room-disconnected’
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) LOG: ‘INFO: Socket disconnected’

Any comments or suggestion ?

Thanks
Alice


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Hi Alice,

Thanks a lot! That’s a very interesting fix for the tests since the were
partially broken. You can send a pull request in Github with the commit if
you want. If not, we’ll do it.

Cheers,
Javier.On 2 July 2013 07:46, Alice onlyme.zyb77@gmail.com wrote:

Hi, Javier
I have debug the test cases again . It failed because stream-added event
always triggered later than timeout time (5000 msec) after we call
room.publish(localStream);
If we call room.publish(localStream) at test case 'should connect to room’
and add ‘waits(20000)’ before 'room.addEventListener(“stream-added”,
function(msg) ~'
It works now.

On Tuesday, June 4, 2013 11:21:12 PM UTC+8, Javier Cerviño wrote:

Hi Alice,

Thanks for the warning! We’re taking a glance at it since it seems the
–use-fake-media-device flag of Chrome doesn’t work properly. We’ll let you
know when we find a solution.

Anyway, any advice from someone in the list who is playing with this
Chrome’s feature will be welcome! Thanks!

Cheers,
Javier.

On 29 May 2013 20:02, Alice onlyme...@gmail.com wrote:

I have setup test environment according to http://lynckia.com/licode/**
travis-webrtc.html http://lynckia.com/licode/travis-webrtc.html
then,I try to run all test cases defined at /test/nuve-test.js , test
cases can be found at https://github.com/ging/**
lynckia/blob/master/test/nuve-**test.jshttps://github.com/ging/lynckia/blob/master/test/nuve-test.js
3 test cases failed .

test steps:

  1. run ./script/initLynckia.sh
  2. run ./script/ initBasicExample.sh
  3. open http://localhost:3001 at browser and make sure environment is
    correct.
  4. run “npm test” at command line
    4 test cases passed while last 3 test cases failed.
    here is test result info
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) nuve-test should publish stream in room FAILED
    timeout: timed out after 5000 msec waiting for something to happen
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) SLOW 5.117 secs: nuve-test should publish stream in
    room
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) nuve-test *should subscribe to stream in room FAILED
  • TypeError: Cannot read property ‘local’ of undefined
    at Object.a.subscribe (/home/alice/lynckia/extras/**
    basic_example/public/erizo.js:128:73)
    at null. (/home/alice/lynckia/test/

    nuve-test.js:175:14)
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) nuve-test should allow showing a subscribed stream
    FAILED

    TypeError: Cannot call method ‘show’ of undefined
    at null. (/home/alice/lynckia/test/**
    nuve-test.js:190:22)
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) LOG: 'DEBUG: Event: room-disconnected’
    Chrome 27.0 (Linux) LOG: ‘INFO: Socket disconnected’

Any comments or suggestion ?

Thanks

Alice


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