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    using spawn with functions

    It seems that spawn only works with testcases. Is there any way to spawn functions which then will call testcases .


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    Re: using spawn with functions

    On the contrary, spawn works with any block of code indented underneath it.

    I think that your problem is that you are trying to call testcases from other functions or testcases.

    This is what is illegal.

    "testcases" are really just regular functions except that they call TestcaseEnter() and TestcaseExit() for the recovery system.

    You want the at the top level of your testware.
    In general, nothing should call them other than test exection controllers -- i.e. plan files or a main() function listing testcases to run.


    [This message has been edited by RobKapteyn (edited 02-28-2001).]
    Rob Kapteyn, CSTE
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    Re: using spawn with functions

    I will be speaking on this topic at Quest 2001. If you need to discuss in more detail before then, send me an email, gsczep@epix.net, describing your problem and I will try to give you some assistance.

 

 

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