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tclunit ======= tclunit is a not unit testing framework like jUnit. Tcl has tcltest for a long time providing this sort of functionality. tclunit is more or less sitting on top of tcltest and provides a way to react on tcltest's logging output. It comes with two examples that show how to use it: 1. tclunit_gui.tcl That's a Tk based GUI which lets you run single test scripts, as well as all tests in a directory. The GUI shows the results in various details. It is basically the original script, see History below. 2. tclunit_xml.tcl This script sort of converts the tcltest log into a jUnit compatible XML log that could, e.g. be used by Jenkins to provide statistics on test suites using tcltest. 3. tclunit_dom.tcl Same functionality as above, but requires tDOM. History ------- API --- tclunit::configure event "eventname" script tclunit::configure interp /path/to/interpreter tclunit::configure tcltest "list of tcltest::configure options" tclunit::configure reset tclunit::run_tests path tclunit::stop_tests For the callbacks the registered procedures have to take the following arguments: Event | Arguments ----------------+----------- init | property | name value suite | filename skipped | filename testcase reason start | filename testcase passed | filename testcase ?time? failed | filename testcase report ?time? status | filename #passed #skipped #failed total | #passed #skipped #failed time (error | filename report) -> not yet implemented name = the property's name ... value = ... and its value filename = the name of the currently running textsuite (could be empty) testcase = the name of the current testcase reason = the name of the constraint that caused this test to be skipped time = execution time of the test/testsuite in milliseconds report = failure report of tcltest #passed = number of passed tests (if available) #skipped = number of skipped tests (if available) #failed = number of failed tests License ------- See the file license.terms in this directory. It is the same license as the tcllib/tclapps license.