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About: DejaGnu is a framework for testing other programs.

dejagnu.info  (dejagnu-1.6):dejagnu.info  (dejagnu-1.6.1)
File: dejagnu.info, Node: Top, Next: Introduction, Up: (dir) File: dejagnu.info, Node: Top, Next: Introduction, Up: (dir)
DejaGnu DejaGnu
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This file documents DejaGnu version 1.6. This file documents DejaGnu version 1.6.1.
* Menu: * Menu:
* Introduction:: * Introduction::
* Running tests:: * Running tests::
* Customizing DejaGnu:: * Customizing DejaGnu::
* Extending DejaGnu:: * Extending DejaGnu::
* Unit testing:: * Unit testing::
* Reference:: * Reference::
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'-v', '--verbose' '-v', '--verbose'
Turns on more output. Repeating this option increases the amount Turns on more output. Repeating this option increases the amount
of output displayed. Level one (_-v_) is simply test output. of output displayed. Level one (_-v_) is simply test output.
Level two (_-v -v_) shows messages on options, configuration, and Level two (_-v -v_) shows messages on options, configuration, and
process control. Verbose messages appear in the detailed ('*.log') process control. Verbose messages appear in the detailed ('*.log')
log file, but not in the summary ('*.sum') log file. log file, but not in the summary ('*.sum') log file.
'-V', '--version' '-V', '--version'
Prints out the version numbers of DejaGnu, Expect, and Tcl. Prints out the version numbers of DejaGnu, Expect, and Tcl.
'-x', '--xml=FILE' '-x', '--xml'
Generate XML output. FILE is optional; if given it is the name of Generate XML output. The output file is named after the tool with
the output file. If not given, the output file is named after the an .xml extension.
tool.
'testfile'.exp[=arg(s)] 'testfile'.exp[=arg(s)]
Specify the names of testsuites to run. By default, _runtest_ runs Specify the names of testsuites to run. By default, _runtest_ runs
all tests for the tool, but you can restrict it to particular all tests for the tool, but you can restrict it to particular
testsuites by giving the names of the _.exp expect_ scripts that testsuites by giving the names of the _.exp expect_ scripts that
control them. _testsuite_.exp cannot include directory names, only control them. _testsuite_.exp cannot include directory names, only
plain filenames. plain filenames.
'arg(s)' specifies a subset of tests in a suite to run. For 'arg(s)' specifies a subset of tests in a suite to run. For
compiler or assembler tests, which often use a single _.exp_ script compiler or assembler tests, which often use a single _.exp_ script
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same as your admin or personal passwords). Also, add it to all the same as your admin or personal passwords). Also, add it to all the
various permission groups. various permission groups.
You'll also need a telnet server. For Windows, go to the Ataman You'll also need a telnet server. For Windows, go to the Ataman
(http://ataman.com) web site, pick up the Ataman Remote Logon Services (http://ataman.com) web site, pick up the Ataman Remote Logon Services
for Windows, and install it. You can get started on the eval period for Windows, and install it. You can get started on the eval period
anyway. Add IUSR_FOOBAR to the list of allowed users, set the HOME anyway. Add IUSR_FOOBAR to the list of allowed users, set the HOME
directory to be the same as the FTP default directory. Change the Mode directory to be the same as the FTP default directory. Change the Mode
prompt to simple. prompt to simple.
Ok, now you need to pick a directory name to do all the testing in. Now you need to pick a directory name to do all the testing in. For
For the sake of this example, we'll call it piggy (i.e. c:\piggy). the sake of this example, we'll call it piggy (i.e. c:\piggy). Create
Create this directory. this directory.
You'll need a unix machine. Create a directory for the scripts You'll need a Unix machine. Create a directory for the scripts
you'll need. For this example, we'll use /usr/local/swamp/testing. you'll need. For this example, we'll use /usr/local/swamp/testing.
You'll need to have a source tree somewhere, say /usr/src/devo. Now, You'll need to have a source tree somewhere, say /usr/src/devo. Now,
copy some files from releng's area in SV to your machine: copy some files from releng's area in SV to your machine:
*Remote host setup* *Remote host setup*
cd /usr/local/swamp/testing cd /usr/local/swamp/testing
mkdir boards mkdir boards
scp darkstar.welcomehome.org:/dejagnu/cst/bin/MkTestDir . scp darkstar.welcomehome.org:/dejagnu/cst/bin/MkTestDir .
scp darkstar.welcomehome.org:/dejagnu/site.exp . scp darkstar.welcomehome.org:/dejagnu/site.exp .
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