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command line testing
User Sean Wilson (SeanW@ActiveState.com) posted:
I'm considering using Robot to do a bunch of command line testing.
There are a couple of utilities that we use that run solely from the command
line and currently have to be tested manually. What I would like to do is
get Robot to run the command, retrieve the output (STDOUT and/or STDERR
would be great), and then move on to the next set of tests.
Has anyone done this before and is it a reasonable use?
We have determined that Robot is not useable with .NET period at this stage
and I would like to use the tool in other ways that just testing MSI
Cheers and TIA.
J Sean Wilson, SeanW@ActiveState.com
Software Test Engineer, ActiveState
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Re: command line testing
User Robin Siebler (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
All of the testing that we are doing is commandline. After looking at all
of the options, we decided that Python was the way to go...