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test1450: add simple testing for DICT #1615

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maxdymond commented Jun 26, 2017

Add a new server which provides a DICT interface. This is intended to begin coverage testing for lib/dict.c.

In local testing this gets lib/dict.c up to 57.1% line coverage.
Tested with both Python 2 and Python 3.

test1450: add simple testing for DICT
Add a new server which provides a DICT interface. This is intended to
begin coverage testing for lib/dict.c
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Coverage Status

Coverage increased (+0.2%) to 74.036% when pulling 05c9b61 on maxdymond:dict_test into 922f800 on curl:master.

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bagder approved these changes Jun 30, 2017

Lovely, I'll merge this asap. One little follow-up nit to work on is to make torture tests not spew out so much errors. Run ./runtests.pl -t 1450 to see what I mean!

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bagder commented Jun 30, 2017

thanks!

maxdymond added a commit to maxdymond/curl that referenced this pull request Jun 30, 2017

test1450: fix up DICT server in torture mode
As per curl#1615, the DICT server is a
little spammy in torture mode due to the sockets being torn down
unexpectedly. Fix this by adding some error handling to the handling
function.

bagder added a commit that referenced this pull request Jun 30, 2017

test1450: fix up DICT server in torture mode
As per #1615, the DICT server is a
little spammy in torture mode due to the sockets being torn down
unexpectedly. Fix this by adding some error handling to the handling
function.

Closes #1629
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