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My apologies. I haven't been too disciplined w.r.t branching / tagging of allseen/core/test.git.

test.git is primarily a satellite codebase for alljoyn.git and its primary purpose is to execute tests that are part of continuous integration. These tests execute against current master and current release branch. Hence, you would have faced errors when building against a previous release branch.

Most of the time, the test code would build unmodified against both current master and current release branch. That changed in 15.09 and hence it was necessary to create a 15.09 branch for allseen/core/test.git.

You can pull this specific git commit and build against 15.04 release. I have successfully built this on Linux right now.

My apologies. I haven't been too disciplined w.r.t branching / tagging of allseen/core/test.git.

test.git is primarily a satellite codebase for alljoyn.git and its primary purpose is to execute tests that are part of continuous integration. These tests execute against current master and current release branch. Hence, you would have faced errors when building against a previous release branch.

Most of the time, the test code would build unmodified against both current master and current release branch. That changed in 15.09 and hence it was necessary to create a 15.09 branch for allseen/core/test.git.

You can pull this specific git commit and build against 15.04 release. I have successfully built this on Linux right now.

My apologies. I haven't been too disciplined w.r.t branching / tagging of allseen/core/test.git.

test.git is a satellite codebase for alljoyn.git and its primary purpose is to execute tests that are part of continuous integration. These CI tests execute against current master and current release branch. Hence, you would have faced errors when building against a previous release branch.

Most of the time, the test code would build unmodified against both current master and current release branch. That changed in 15.09 and hence it was necessary to create a 15.09 branch for allseen/core/test.git.

You can pull this specific git commit and build against 15.04 release. I have successfully built this on Linux right now.

My apologies. I haven't been too disciplined w.r.t branching / tagging of allseen/core/test.git.

test.git is a satellite codebase for alljoyn.git and its primary purpose is to execute tests that are part of continuous integration. CI tests execute against current master and current release branch. Hence, you would have faced errors when building against a previous release branch.

Most of the time, the test code would build unmodified against both current master and current release branch. That changed in 15.09 and hence it was necessary to create a 15.09 branch for allseen/core/test.git.

You can pull this specific git commit and build against 15.04 release. I have confirmed that the tag builds successfully built this on Linux right now.Linux.