[xml] Python as a way to unify libxml2 test on Windows and Unix
- From: Daniel Veillard <veillard redhat com>
- To: xml gnome org
- Subject: [xml] Python as a way to unify libxml2 test on Windows and Unix
- Date: Fri, 7 May 2004 19:28:52 -0400
While discussing with William Brack last Tuesday he came up with the
idea that since libxml2 regression testing on Unix used Python, that
the problem on Windows was makefile and shell portability and that
Python works on Windows, the right way to make sure we get full regression
tests on Windows is to actually make them as python scripts instead of
relying on the shell and make tools.
This sounds like the right idea to unify the tests, the only problem
would be platforms where UNIX make and shell like tools are available
but where Python is not available.
Any comment about this ? I'm afraid that trying to build a portable
and complete test framework on Windows will be nearly impossible otherwise.
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