[erlang-questions] Common_Test generate xml?
Wed Feb 17 11:29:30 CET 2010
On Wed, Feb 17, 2010 at 11:10 AM, Peter Andersson
> No Common Test only generates logs on html format. It's on the todo-list
> to use events as base for an alternative logging mechanism, and
> implement a logger handler/plugin for xml. This job hasn't started yet
> though, so it'll be a while before it's finished.
Good : Confirmed non existing and will be introduced.
Bad: not at this moment.
> If it's only the progress and results (and not also the IO printouts)
> you're after, you can install your own event handler which translates
> events to xml if you want. Read about event handling in the user's guide.
Errr, we need the IO printouts, imagine you have thousands of
testcase, people just skip passed ones and only look into those failed
ones which should have the print outs from the testcase.
Hope CT event handler could grap the output in some way.
> Erlang/OTP, Ericsson AB
> Aeolus wrote:
>> Hello people,
>> We have been using common test to perform testing. My question is that
>> does Common Test (ct) support generating XML (xUNIT tool readable)
>> format result files. Our purpose is to reuse some xUnit(junit) result
>> analyzing tools to help us read those results or maybe do some graphic
>> stuff as well. The user guide didn't mention this.
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