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Test Environment Toolkit in short TET, is a multi-platform uniform test scaffold, into which non-distributed and distributed test sui
Test Environment Toolkit in short TET, is a multi-platform uniform test scaffold, into which non-distributed and distributed test suites can be incorporated.
TET supports tests written in C, C++, Perl, Tcl, Shell (sh, bash, and POSIX shell), Python, Ruby, and Korn Shell.
Typical installation is as follows:
Install a .profile for the test suite user
export TET_ROOT PATH
To configure TET3
sh configure -t lite # for TETware lite
(the final command below is not necessary)
make compat # for backwards compatibility for include directories
If the build fails check the makefiles in src/defines
Note: some Make utilities may have trouble with the include directive, this is a known problem on BSDI systems. In this case use GNU Make (gmake). Version 3.75 and higher is known to work.
What's New in This Release:
This is a full source release. It features both non-distributed (TET3-Lite) and distributed (Distributed TET3) functionality.
This includes a bundled contrib distribution in the "contrib" directory.
New API support includes the Java API, Ruby, Python, PHP-CLI, Tcl, and a POSIX 1003.1-2001 shell API.
A new report writer (grw) is also included.
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