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domTest is the name of a standalone program that serves as the DOM's automated test suite. It exercises a good chunk of the DOM library. In addition to API testing it also functions as an example of how to configure the build settings for a client app that uses the DOM.
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'''domTest''' is a standalone program that serves as the [[COLLADA DOM]]'s automated test suite. It exercises a good chunk of the DOM library. In addition to API testing, it also functions as an example of how to configure the build settings for a client application that uses the DOM.
  
 
==Building domTest==
 
==Building domTest==
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==Running domTest==
 
==Running domTest==
domTest is run on the command line. Run "domTest" with no arguments to get a listing of the available options. Run "domTest -all" to run all the automated tests, or run "domTest -printTests" to get a listing of the individual test names followed by "domTest test1 test2 ..." to run the specified tests.
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domTest is run on the command line.
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To get a listing of the available options:
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  domTest  
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To run all the automated tests:
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domTest -all
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To get a listing of the individual test names of all the automated tests:
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domTest -printTests
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To run  specified tests:
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domTest ''test1 test2'' ...  
  
 
[[Category:COLLADA DOM|DomTest]]
 
[[Category:COLLADA DOM|DomTest]]

Latest revision as of 15:57, 8 October 2008

domTest is a standalone program that serves as the COLLADA DOM's automated test suite. It exercises a good chunk of the DOM library. In addition to API testing, it also functions as an example of how to configure the build settings for a client application that uses the DOM.

Building domTest

When building with make, the default is to also build domTest, so there's nothing extra to do. When building with the Visual Studio projects, simply select and build the domTest project.

Running domTest

domTest is run on the command line.

To get a listing of the available options:

 domTest 

To run all the automated tests:

domTest -all 

To get a listing of the individual test names of all the automated tests:

domTest -printTests

To run specified tests:

domTest test1 test2 ...