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Cost-Effective Techniques For Continuous Integration Testing, Jingjing Liang Apr 2018

Cost-Effective Techniques For Continuous Integration Testing, Jingjing Liang

Computer Science and Engineering: Theses, Dissertations, and Student Research

Continuous integration (CI) development environments allow software engineers to frequently integrate and test their code. While CI environments provide advantages, they also utilize non-trivial amounts of time and resources. To address this issue, researchers have adapted techniques for test case prioritization (TCP) and regression test selection (RTS) to CI environments.

To date, current TCP techniques under CI environments have operated on test suites, and have not achieved substantial improvements. In this thesis, we use a lightweight approach based on test suite failure and execution history, and “continuously” prioritizes commits that are waiting for execution in response to the arrival of ...


Improving The Efficiency Of Ci With Uber-Commits, Matias Waterloo Aug 2016

Improving The Efficiency Of Ci With Uber-Commits, Matias Waterloo

Computer Science and Engineering: Theses, Dissertations, and Student Research

Continuous Integration (CI) is a software engineering practice where developers break their coding tasks into small changes that can be integrated with the shared code repository on a frequent basis. The primary objectives of CI are to avoid integration problems caused by large change sets and to provide prompt developer feedback so that if a problem is detected, it can be easily and quickly resolved. In this thesis, we argue that while keeping changes small and integrating often is a wise approach for developers, the CI server may be more efficient operating on a different scale. In our approach, the ...