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README.md

Current state

IMPORTANT UPDATE ABOUT RECENT REPOSITORY CHANGES

We recently went through some breaking changes to the repository code base as outlined in the linked email. These have been coming for a long time as most of our development was focused on the 'next' branch (now renamed to master).

A lot of the 'next' functionality is ready to be used for testing purposes but we've yet to mark individual library APIs as 'stable' so no guarantees for backwards compatibility are yet in place.

This also means that many of our documentation resources outlining how to write recipes on the wiki are also out of date. We'll soon start working on these but please be patient with us.

If you're interested in helping out we accept code contributions via Patches submitted to our mailing list lnst-developers@lists.fedorahosted.org.

Likewise if you're interested in trying out LNST and are having trouble with setting stuff up because of the current state of our documentation feel free to reach out to us either on the mailing list or on #lnst @ freenode.net irc channel.

LNST - Linux Network Stack Test

Linux Network Stack Test is a tool that supports development and execution of automated and portable network tests. For detailed description of the architecture of LNST please refer to project website (link listed on Internet Resources bellow).

Install

Installation and a simple Hello world example is available at Installation

Documentation

Documentation is available in the docs/ directory, you can build it with make html using Sphinx.

Authors/Contributors

How to contact us

License

Copyright (C) 2011-2020 Red Hat, Inc.

LNST is distributed under GNU General Public License version 2. See the file "COPYING" in the source distribution for information on terms & conditions for accessing and otherwise using LNST.

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