Commit 7661c8ac authored by Pekka Pessi's avatar Pekka Pessi

su: renamed test programs to start with "test" or "torture"

darcs-hash:20060921084535-65a35-9ed3febcadca7c52aa035283f3c5a796df2819af.gz
parent dfe8ce91
......@@ -16,22 +16,22 @@ noinst_LTLIBRARIES = libsu.la
bin_PROGRAMS = addrinfo localinfo
check_PROGRAMS = su_torture torture_su_port \
su_alloc_test su_time_test su_tag_test \
htable_test torture_rbtree \
check_PROGRAMS = torture_su torture_su_port \
torture_su_alloc torture_su_time torture_su_tag \
test_htable torture_rbtree \
test_memmem torture_su_bm \
su_root_test su_timer_test \
su_test su_proxy poll_test
torture_su_root torture_su_timer \
test_su su_proxy test_poll
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------
# Tests
TESTS = su_torture torture_su_port \
su_alloc_test su_time_test su_tag_test \
htable_test torture_rbtree \
TESTS = torture_su torture_su_port \
torture_su_alloc torture_su_time torture_su_tag \
test_htable torture_rbtree \
test_memmem torture_su_bm \
su_root_test su_timer_test \
run_addrinfo run_localinfo run_su_test
torture_su_root torture_su_timer \
run_addrinfo run_localinfo run_test_su
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------
# Rules for building the targets
......@@ -88,7 +88,7 @@ endif
# Install and distribution rules
EXTRA_DIST = Doxyfile su.docs \
run_addrinfo run_localinfo run_su_test
run_addrinfo run_localinfo run_test_su
dist_pkgdata_SCRIPTS = tag_dll.awk
......
#! /bin/bash
rc=0
if $VALGRIND ./su_test ; then
echo PASS: multithread su_test
else
echo FAIL: multithread su_test failed
rc=1
fi
if $VALGRIND ./su_test -s ; then
echo PASS: singlethread su_test
else
echo FAIL: singlethread su_test failed
rc=1
fi
exit $rc
#! /bin/bash
rc=0
if $VALGRIND ./test_su ; then
echo PASS: multithread test_su
else
echo FAIL: multithread test_su failed
rc=1
fi
if $VALGRIND ./test_su -s ; then
echo PASS: singlethread test_su
else
echo FAIL: singlethread test_su failed
rc=1
fi
exit $rc
......@@ -112,8 +112,9 @@
*
* Hash tables.
*
* The hash table interface and implementation is defined in htable.h.
* Example code and tests for the implementation is in htable_test.c.
* The hash table interface and implementation is defined in
* <sofia-sip/htable.h>. Example code and tests for the implementation is in
* test_htable.c.
*/
......
......@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@
/**@ingroup su_htable
*
* @CFILE htable_test.c
* @CFILE test_htable.c
*
* Test functions for the @b su library hash table implementation.
*
......
......@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@
*/
/**@ingroup su_root_ex
* @file poll_test.c
* @file test_poll.c
* Example code for su_wait.h.
*
* This file illustrates how the asynchronous connect can be used with @b su.
......
......@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@
*/
/**@ingroup su_root_ex
* @CFILE su_test.c
* @CFILE test_su.c
*
* @brief Test program for su wait objects, root, timers, clones, and messages.
*
......
......@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@
/**@ingroup su
*
* @file su_torture.c
* @file torture_su.c
*
* Testing functions for su socket functions.
*
......
......@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@
/**@ingroup su_root_ex
*
* @file su_root_test.c
* @file torture_su_root.c
*
* Test su_root_register functionality.
*
......
......@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@
/**@SU_TAG
*
* @file su_tag_test.c
* @file torture_su_tag.c
*
* Testing functions for su_tag module.
*
......
......@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@
/**@ingroup su_time
*
* @IFILE su_time_test.c
* @IFILE torture_su_time.c
*
* Tests for su_time functions.
*
......@@ -45,7 +45,7 @@
#include <sofia-sip/tstdef.h>
char const *name = "su_time_test.c";
char const *name = "torture_su_time.c";
static int test1(int flags);
static int test2(int flags);
......
......@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@
*/
/**@ingroup su_root_ex
* @CFILE su_timer_test.c
* @CFILE torture_su_timer.c
*
* @brief Test program for su timers
*
......
......@@ -21,26 +21,26 @@
:: Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA
:: 02110-1301 USA
::
tests\su_alloc_test\Debug\su_alloc_test.exe
@if errorlevel 1 ( echo su_alloc_test: FAIL ) else echo su_alloc_test: PASS
tests\torture_su_alloc\Debug\torture_su_alloc.exe
@if errorlevel 1 ( echo torture_su_alloc: FAIL ) else echo torture_su_alloc: PASS
tests\su_root_test\Debug\su_root_test.exe
@if errorlevel 1 ( echo su_root_test: FAIL ) else echo su_root_test: PASS
tests\torture_su_root\Debug\torture_su_root.exe
@if errorlevel 1 ( echo torture_su_root: FAIL ) else echo torture_su_root: PASS
tests\su_tag_test\Debug\su_tag_test.exe
@if errorlevel 1 ( echo su_tag_test: FAIL ) else echo su_tag_test: PASS
tests\torture_su_tag\Debug\torture_su_tag.exe
@if errorlevel 1 ( echo torture_su_tag: FAIL ) else echo torture_su_tag: PASS
tests\su_test\Debug\su_test.exe
@if errorlevel 1 ( echo su_test: FAIL ) else echo su_test: PASS
tests\test_su\Debug\test_su.exe
@if errorlevel 1 ( echo test_su: FAIL ) else echo test_su: PASS
tests\su_time_test\Debug\su_time_test.exe
@if errorlevel 1 ( echo su_time_test: FAIL ) else echo su_time_test: PASS
tests\torture_su_time\Debug\torture_su_time.exe
@if errorlevel 1 ( echo torture_su_time: FAIL ) else echo torture_su_time: PASS
tests\su_timer_test\Debug\su_timer_test.exe
@if errorlevel 1 ( echo su_timer_test: FAIL ) else echo su_timer_test: PASS
tests\torture_su_timer\Debug\torture_su_timer.exe
@if errorlevel 1 ( echo torture_su_timer: FAIL ) else echo torture_su_timer: PASS
tests\su_torture\Debug\su_torture.exe
@if errorlevel 1 ( echo su_torture: FAIL ) else echo su_torture: PASS
tests\torture_su\Debug\torture_su.exe
@if errorlevel 1 ( echo torture_su: FAIL ) else echo torture_su: PASS
tests\test_memmem\Debug\test_memmem.exe
@if errorlevel 1 ( echo test_memmem: FAIL ) else echo test_memmem: PASS
......
......@@ -448,7 +448,8 @@
#pragma warning( disable : 4090 4204 4244 4018 4514 4706 4761)
/* VC does not grok const */
#pragma warning( disable : 4022 4028 )
/* Temorarily disable high frequency, low value warnings. We may still want to re-enable and fix these */
/* Temporarily disable high frequency, low value warnings.
We may still want to re-enable and fix these */
#pragma warning( disable : 4132 4100 4127 4295 4152 )
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......@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ CFG=su_root_test - Win32 Debug
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......@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ CFG=su_time_test - Win32 Debug
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