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Punchlines UofT Summer 2012 – 7/26/2012

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Categorize open issue related to 1.0.0 milestone

Open bugs that are not reproducible anymore:
Issues: 740, 722, 685, 683, 662, 500, 390, 320, 247

Current active issues being worked on:
Issues: 780, 760

Issues related to upcoming UJS change:
Issues: 741, 696, 688, 603, 475

Outstanding Issues:
Issues: 739, 738, 724, 721, 717, 704, 697, 676, 648, 617, 610, 608, 567, 563, 338, 197, 196, 191, 150, 16

Other duplicate/not reproducible issues:
Issues: 288 duplicate of 239



Daryn
Status:
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Next Steps:
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Road Blocks:
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Kristian
Status:
- Pushed testcases for issue 293
- Fixed issue 760. Ran a few manual tests and it worked but I have not tried it with large numbers, eg: 50+ submissions

Next Steps:
- Write testcases for #760

Road Blocks:
- I wrote a few functional testcases for #293 but I am not entirely sure how to write functional test cases for #760. When manually testing my changes, I login as admin, assign a few assignments to a TA, login as a TA, mark a few submissions and try changing the Filter attribute to say “Show Unmarked”. I am still looking at ways to translate this kind of scenario into a test case.

Michael
Status:
- Issue #748. Currently still under code review.
- Worked with Jeff to get UJS working. We have remove all related remote functions. See above for related issue numbers. Code is under review and fixing code based on comments.
- Worked on and submitted fix for Issue 781, Issue 500, Issue 678.

Next Steps:
- Continue to work on issues.

Road Blocks:
- Figuring out how xxxx_path works, primarily how the passing of parameters work. From bundle exec rake routes, I get “codeviewer_assignment_submission_result GET /assignments/:assignment_id/submissions/:submission_id/results/:id/codeviewer(.:format)”. Which means it takes 3 parameters, assignment_id, submission_id, and id. However, I just passed assignment_id and it still works. So I need to determine, is it possible to omit parameter and still work or what is going on.

Jeff
Status:
- Doing code review for just submitted ujs branch. Following critique and looking into revamping layout partials.

Next steps:
- Finish more rails 3 tickets after code is merged.

Road Blocks:
- None

Written by mikeing2001

July 28th, 2012 at 8:01 am

Punchlines UofT Summer 2012 – 7/05/2012

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Daryn
Status:
- Currently working on issue #98, fixing assignment form to denote with fields are required

Next Steps:
- Complete issue and test.

Road Blocks:
- The translate of the string seems to be a problem since I want to use html to highlight the denoted fields using a red asterisk(*) so I am trying to find a clean way around that. I’m currently just using a string without the translations.

Kristian
Status:
- Still working on issue 760.
- Opened issue 788 – I remember Karen wanted this feature on the Submissions page both for the TA and Admin. I also remember Daryn wanted to work with me on this.

Next Steps:
- Finish coding and testing 760. Start working on 788
- Get feedback from review, make change and ship issue 293

Road Blocks:
- None

Michael
Status:
- Worked on issue 748. Currently under code review.
- Working with Jeff to get UJS working. Currently we are having no luck getting it to work. Issue related to UJS: issue 741, issue 603.
- Working on issue 781. I have working code for this issue. However, I am trying to write a routing test cases for this issue but I have had no luck with assert_recognizes. Because we are doing partial rendering, assert_recognizes doesn’t seem to work.

Next Steps:
- Continue working on UJS.
- Look into ways to write a routing test case for issue 781.

Road Blocks:
- Having issue getting UJS working.

Jeff
Status:
- Working on UJS transfer

Next steps:
- Continue working on UJS.

Road Blocks:
- Things don’t seem to work, unfortunately. Managed to get UJS working in another app, not sure what I’m doing wrong here. Also 373 is literally sapping my life away.

Written by mikeing2001

July 5th, 2012 at 9:06 am