#1205 ✓wontfix
Bruce Bolingbroke

Documentation update: How to exclude test dependencies from production code

Reported by Bruce Bolingbroke | November 2nd, 2011 @ 06:23 PM

Framework version: 1.2.3
Platform you're using: Any (documentation)

Reproduction steps: See http://www.playframework.org/documentation/1.2.3/dependency#comment...

Details:
Modules like cobertura should not be included in the production code. Application.conf allowed you to specify test mode for cobertura. That has been deprecated in 1.2.3 and superseded by dependency management. We should document how to limit a module to a particular mode in dependency.yml or at least add a note saying that this is no longer possible.

Comments and changes to this ticket

  • Peter Hilton

    Peter Hilton November 8th, 2011 @ 05:47 PM

    • State changed from “new” to “confirmed”
    • Tag set to documentation
  • Peter Hilton

    Peter Hilton November 21st, 2011 @ 11:52 AM

    • State changed from “confirmed” to “wontfix”
    • Assigned user set to “Peter Hilton”

    This is not an issue for the cobertura module, because its documentation states:

    This plugin is written for ‘test’ mode, and will silently do nothing in other modes. Therefore, leaving it activated while running your application in other modes is not a problem.

  • Bruce Bolingbroke

    Bruce Bolingbroke November 21st, 2011 @ 05:13 PM

    Peter,

    The cobertura module is one instance of a more general problem. Application.conf allowed you to specify test mode for modules. That has been deprecated in 1.2.3 and superseded by dependency management. Many people are searching the Internet for a way to only have module dependencies in test mode. Let's update the documentation to say that you can't limit dependencies to test mode in dependencies.yml and state that any modules that are only for test purposes must be built to only run in test mode like cobertura.

  • Peter Hilton

    Peter Hilton November 21st, 2011 @ 05:26 PM

    I don't think it would be appropriate to add documentation to describe a non-feature like this, any more than we want to document everything else you can't do. This might have been relevant in the Play 1.2 release notes, since it reflects a change from declaring test mode modules in application.conf, but now it would only clutter the documentation.

    I would, however, welcome a documentation contribution for the modules chapter that discusses testing the application mode. Note that test, in this context, is a framework ID, not a mode (which can only be PROD or DEV).

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