jean.parpaillon at free.fr
Thu Feb 5 01:20:56 PST 2015
Le mercredi 04 février 2015 à 16:21 +0000, Simon McVittie a écrit :
> On 04/02/15 15:25, Jean Parpaillon wrote:
> > I am currently working on a pure erlang implementation of DBus.
> > Is there any DBus testsuite for that purpose ?
> Matthew Johnson's "cross test"
> <http://cgit.freedesktop.org/dbus/dbus-test/> is an interop test
> framework. It's designed to pair up client and server implementations.
> It hasn't been touched for 7 years, so it's anyone's guess whether it
> works, is complete, or reflects current best-practices... but it might
> be a good starting point.
> dbus-python has implementations of both the client and server ends of
> the cross-test. I think dbus-java probably does too (it's by the same
> author as the cross-test).
Ok, thank you for the links. I will have a look at it.
> > I've seen a test
> > directory in dbus repository, but it is difficult to sort out tests...
> Those are more like regression and integration tests for the other
> software in dbus.git: libdbus, the reference C library, and dbus-daemon,
> the reference message bus daemon. You could pick up inspiration from the
> sorts of things they test, but they would not be directly useful for
> testing interop with a third-party implementation.
> The tests for GDBus and the deprecated dbus-glib, and most of the tests
> for dbus-python, are similarly more focused on being regression tests
> than being interop tests.
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