[lsb-discuss] Application Test Kit
Robert.Schweikert at abaqus.com
Thu Aug 31 10:31:35 PDT 2006
Would it be easy to post an x86-64 kit? If not I'll use the ia32 one.
On Thu, 2006-08-31 at 13:20 -0400, Jeff Licquia wrote:
> An initial version of an application test kit is now available. This
> has been discussed on some of the conference calls and on the list;
> basically, it's appchk, archk, and pkgchk in a tarball, suitable for
> just un-tarring and using. Please try it out, and report your
> experiences to the list.
> The tarball, for ia32, is here:
> I've also started an unofficial bzr repo for the code used to generate
> the tarball:
> This is a quick hack designed to make testing applications easier for
> people who don't want the hassle of installing packages for whatever
> reason. It hopefully will act as a starting point for discussing how to
> enhance the test kit.
> Some ideas:
> - Wrapper scripts, which run the appropriate tests and provide the
> appropriate output for different use cases.
> - Output that is easier to understand.
> - Links (to the wiki at first; perhaps to the Developer Network in the
> future) to explanations for various common issues, and what needs to be
> done about them.
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