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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Qpid Wiki] Update of "PythonBrokerTest" by AlanConway
Date Wed, 13 Sep 2006 15:21:36 GMT
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The following page has been changed by AlanConway:

New page:

= Python Broker System Test Suite =

This is a suite of python client tests that exercise and verify broker functionality. Python
allows us to rapidly develop client test scenarios and provides a 'neutral' set of tests that
can run against any AMQP-compliant broker.

The python/tests directory contains a collection of python modules, each containing several
unittest classes, each containing a set of test methods that represent some test scenario.
Test classes inheirt `qpid.TestBase` from `qpid/testlib.py`, it inherits `unittest.TestCase`
but adds some qpid-specific `setUp/tearDown` and convenience functions. 

TODO: get pydoc generated up to qpid wiki or website automatically?

== Running the tests ==

Simplest way to run the tests:

 * Run a broker on the default port
 * `./run_tests`

For additional options: `./run_tests --help`

== Expected failures ==

Until we complete functionality, tests may fail because the tested
functionality is missing in the broker. To skip expected failures
in the C++ or Java brokers:
 ./run_tests -I cpp_failing.txt
 ./run_tests -I java_failing.txt
If you fix a failure, please remove it from the corresponding list.

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