[quagga-dev 10605] Re: [PATCH 2/2] tests: don't build tests unless make check is run

David Lamparter equinox at opensourcerouting.org
Mon Jul 15 15:35:04 BST 2013


On Mon, Jul 15, 2013 at 10:19:08AM -0400, Greg Troxel wrote:
> 
> David Lamparter <equinox at opensourcerouting.org> writes:
> 
> > That would be DejaGNU, sorry, I didn't get to replying to your earlier
> > question about this.
> > (since dejagnu is oh so well integrated into autotools, I expected that
> > it would tell you that you need dejagnu... but... guess not.)
> 
> Thanks; I just pushed a doc fix.

Thanks for cleaning up after me - should've updated that when I added
DejaGNU.

> > Considering that we switched to python for new tests @ OSR, I don't
> > believe DejaGNU is around to stick.  Tcl/expect is a royal pain in the
> > a** anyway, moving the test wrappers to Python should work out better.
> > Also lets us get rid of one scripting language of the three and a half
> > we currently use ;).  (third being perl, the half being awk... though
> > admittedly python isn't used yet)
> 
> It would be good to have a coherent design/vision published on the list.
> This does not sound intrinsically objectionable, but it's news to me
> (perhaps because I haven't been paying enough attention).

We're doing the design by trial and error.  We were simply unable to
implement the tests we wanted in DejaGNU/Tcl/Expect;  we weren't sure if
Python worked either, but it does seem so... just getting stuff in shape
now, it'll show up on the ML soon-ish I guess.

(There wasn't really much to report here so far, that's all that is to
this.  You didn't miss anything, there was no mail about the design
because there was no design phase...)


-David
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