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    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
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      This is to propose and support to allow building Kerby in a docker container with all kinds of facilities well prepared for integration tests. Somethings like:
      1. Oracle Java (1.7 and/or 1.8);
      2. MIT Kerberos (client and KDC);
      3. Well configured PKINIT;
      4. Necessary development tool chains (JDK, GCC/GDB and etc.) for debugging failed integration test.

      Initially, Linux is considered for the docker container environment.

      Additionally but related, some time consuming tests would be marked as integration tests and targeted to run in the docker setup. For frequently development building, such tests are not to run to speed up. The integration tests could be run in the Jenkins building daily.

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              drankye Kai Zheng
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              drankye Kai Zheng
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