A front end for testing other programs
DejaGnu is an Expect/Tcl based framework for testing other programs.
DejaGnu has several purposes: to make it easy to write tests for any
program; to allow you to write tests which will be portable to any
host or target where a program must be tested; and to standardize the
output format of all tests (making it easier to integrate the testing
into software development).
The files in this directory are used to describe the basic
configuration of a board. (Note that we use "board" in its loosest
sense, referring to either a target or host). The structure of these
files is very similar, and I would suggest that you follow this when
writing a new one.
Two files need to be created for a given board; the appropriate file
in this directory, and one in devo/dejagnu/conf
The files in this directory define a basic set of functionality for each
board. They are loaded by calling "load_generic_config", normally done
as part of the baseboard description for a given board.
This functionality is a partial replacement for the tool-specific
configuration previously found in the testsuite/config directory. Note
that no tool-specific actions are defined here; they still nee
DejaGnu is a framework for testing other programs. Its purpose is to
provide a single front end for all tests. Beyond this, DejaGnu offers
several advantages for testing:
- The flexibility and consistency of the DejaGnu framework
make it easy to write tests for any program.
- DejaGnu provides a layer of abstraction which makes all
tests (if correctly written)
Changes from 1.4.2
1. New XML output option, so test results can be loaded into a database.
runtest - the De
2004-01-30 Ben Elliston <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* DejaGnu 1.4.4 released.
2004-01-27 Ben Ellis
The creator of DejaGnu is Rob Savoye.
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