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_ _ ____ _ ___| | | | _ \| | / __| | | | |_) | | | (__| |_| | _ <| |___ \___|\___/|_| \_\_____| The cURL Test Suite Requires: perl (and a unix-style shell) diff (when a test fail, a diff is shown) stunnel (for HTTPS and FTPS tests) Run: 'make test'. This invokes the 'runtests.pl' perl script. Edit the top variables of that script in case you have some specific needs. The script breaks on the first test that doesn't do OK. Use -a to prevent the script to abort on the first error. Run the script with -v for more verbose output. Use -d to run the test servers with debug output enabled as well. Use -s for shorter output, or pass test numbers to run specific tests only (like "./runtests.pl 3 4" to test 3 and 4 only). It also supports test case ranges with 'to'. As in "./runtests 3 to 9" which runs the seven tests from 3 to 9. Memory: The test script will check that all allocated memory is freed properly IF curl has been built with the MALLOCDEBUG define set. The script will automatically detect if that is the case, and it will use the ../memanalyze script to analyze the memory debugging output. Debug: If a test case fails, you can conveniently get the script to invoke the debugger (gdb) for you with the server running and the exact same command line parameters that failed. Just invoke 'runtests.pl <test number> -g' and then just type 'run' in the debugger to perform the command through the debugger. If a test case causes a core dump, analyze it by running gdb like: # gdb ../curl/src core ... and get a stack trace with the gdb command: (gdb) where Logs: All logs are generated in the logs/ subdirctory (it is emtpied first in the runtests.pl script) Data: All test-data are put in the data/ subdirctory. Each test is stored in the file named according to the test number. The test case file format is simply a way to store different sections within the same physical file. The different sections are to be described here within shortly. TEST CASE NUMBERS So far, I've used this system: 1 - 99 HTTP 100 - 199 FTP 200 - 299 FILE 300 - 399 HTTPS 400 - 499 FTPS ... if we run out of test numbers for a particular protocol, then we need to fix it. TODO: * Port old test cases to the new file format * Make httpserver.pl work when we PUT without Content-Length: * Add persistant connection support and test cases