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== Fuego ==
 
== Fuego ==
* (simple) Functional.hello_world: https://bitbucket.org/tbird20d/fuego-core/src/master/engine/tests/Functional.hello_world/
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* (simple) Functional.hello_world: https://bitbucket.org/tbird20d/fuego-core/src/master/engine/tests/Functional.hello_world/
* (characteristic) Benchmark.bonnie: https://bitbucket.org/tbird20d/fuego-core/src/master/engine/tests/Benchmark.bonnie/
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* (characteristic) Benchmark.bonnie: https://bitbucket.org/tbird20d/fuego-core/src/master/engine/tests/Benchmark.bonnie/
* (repository) https://bitbucket.org/tbird20d/fuego-core/src/master/engine/tests/
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* (repository) https://bitbucket.org/tbird20d/fuego-core/src/master/engine/tests/
  
 
files:
 
files:
* fuego_test.sh
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* fuego_test.sh
* spec.json
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* spec.json
* parser.py
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* parser.py
* criteria.json
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* criteria.json
* test.yaml
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* test.yaml
* chart_config.json
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* chart_config.json
* reference.json
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* reference.json
* docs
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* docs
* (test program source)
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* (test program source)
  
 
fields:
 
fields:
* (to be filled out)
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* (to be filled out)

Revision as of 18:17, 9 January 2019

Here is a list of test definition fields, attributes, file formats, operations, instructions, functions, etc. (I won't know what even what they consist of until I see them).

This is the object in your test system that "defines" what a test is. It likely has meta-data about the program to run, how to get the program started, maybe what things are required for the program to run, how the results should be interpreted, etc.

Survey - link to test definitions

Here is a link to test definitions in different systems: One simple, one characteristic, and link to repository containing lots of them:

Fuego

files:

  • fuego_test.sh
  • spec.json
  • parser.py
  • criteria.json
  • test.yaml
  • chart_config.json
  • reference.json
  • docs
  • (test program source)

fields:

  • (to be filled out)