WebDAV test suite
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litmus: WebDAV server protocol compliance test suite. Tests include: * OPTIONS for DAV: header * PUT, GET with byte comparison * MKCOL * DELETE (collections, non-collections) * COPY, MOVE using combinations of: - overwrite t/f - destination exists/doesn't exist - collection/non-collection * Property manipulation and querying: - set, delete, replace properties - persist dead props across COPY - namespace handling * Locking - attempts to modify locked resource (as lock owner, not owner) - shared/exclusive locks, lock discovery litmus comprises of a set of test suites as separate executables: each program takes a URL on the command-line, optionally followed by username and password. To run all the suites from a built litmus tree, use make URL=http://dav.server.url/path/ check Where http://dav.server.url/path/ is a DAV-enabled collection. litmus must be able to create a new collection called 'litmus' at that location. The Makefile variable 'CREDS' can also be defined to be a username/password separated by strings. e.g. if you have a user 'jim' defined with password '2518', use: make URL=http://dav.server.url/path/ CREDS="jim 2518" check To aid debugging, litmus adds a header `X-Litmus-One' to every request made. After running a test suite, the file 'debug.log' includes a full neon debugging trace (unless neon or litmus was configured without debugging enabled!). To use after installation is complete ('make install'), run the 'litmus' script, passing in a URL, optionally followed by the username/password. For instance: litmus http://dav.server.url/path/ or litmus http://dav.server.url/path/ jim 2518 litmus is licensed under the GNU GPL; see COPYING for full details. litmus is (C) 2001-2005 Joe Orton neon is licensed under the GNU LGPL; see libneon/COPYING.LIB for details. neon is (C) 1999-2005 Joe Orton and others. Please send bug reports, feature requests, etc. in to the neon mailing list at firstname.lastname@example.org.