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[QF-Test] Tracking progress of a test-run


  • Subject: [QF-Test] Tracking progress of a test-run
  • From: Gregor Schmid <Gregor.Schmid@?.de>
  • Date: 30 Oct 2007 17:55:22 +0100

Dear QF-Test users,

recently there were a few requests from users wanting to track test
execution, for example to create their own log files.

The recently released version 2.1.1 now contains an API that will
(hopefully) allow that. Basically you can register a listener that
will be called upon entry and exit to a node as well as when a problem
occurs.

This API is still under construction and as such not yet "official"
and undocumented. Once an API is published it is very hard to take
some things back in order to correct problems, so I want this to
proven in the field before making it public.

If you are interested in trying this API, please contact me directly
and I will provide the necessary information. Just be aware that until
the API is finalized there may be changes requiring you to adapt your
code.

Note: That API is not yet available through the Daemon, I plan to
provide an RMI-ized variant once it stabilizes.

Best regards,
    Greg

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