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Executable based testing in Jenkins +?
After a long Internet search I would like to ask you the following question.
We are using Jenkins for building and unit testing of a simulation code which is written in C++.
This works very well. After looking into fitnesse and robotframework I am still not able to run the following test problems.
My program is a command line program which reads some input file and computes some output data. (e.g. simcode.exe -j input##.inp --> output.dat)
I am looking for a way that I can create a test suite via a web interface. Meaning I provide for each test case a input file and some reference output data and the test suite is than executed after a successful build out of Jenkins. Based on the results of the difference between output data and reference output data, a xml file should be created which can be given to Jenkins. This xml file should hold information about all the test case results (e.g. successful or not).
The information of the xml file should be displayed in Jenkins again.
I looking for an approach where I do not need to compile any library to my program.
I would be very thankful for any hint.
Thanks in advance!
Re: Executable based testing in Jenkins +?
If you are on a Windows machine you can use VBScript/PowerShell to possibly do what you want. If on a Unix/Linux machine then you can look at Perl/C Shell scripting.