Megha Dey of Intel has announced the latest release of LUV, with multiple new features and bugfixes by multiple contributors:
Gayatri Kammela (12), Megha Dey (9), Naresh Bhat (3), Ricardo Neri (22), Sai Praneeth (5)
It mostly includes updates to yocto, meta-oe, various test suites and kernel version and bug fixes. We have also added a feature to display the severity of failed test cases. Since we had the stable v2.2 release 2 months back, it made sense to have this release as rc1 of v2.3 to allow stabilization towards the next release cycle.
Main new feature: Display the severity of failed test cases In this release, Ricardo submitted 2 patchsets to display the severity of failed test cases. This is a valuable addition as LUV now ships with 7 different test suites. Some test suites include hundreds of test cases. Thus, we could possibly have tens of failed test cases, which can be overwhelming. In order to help users to decide on which failed test cases focus their attention, it is useful to indicate the severity of failed test cases.
See the full announcement for list of bugfixes.