Log unit test results (expected and actual)
Date/Time of Processing: Wednesday 01 June 1994 12:18:29Am Overall Assessment of System: OK Classification of System: A Basis of Classification -- Syntax Errors PASS Completeness PASS Independence from External Libraries PASS Independence from a Specific Ada Compiler PASS Number of ... Files 1 Library Units 2 Lines 657 Statements 167 Comments 335
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Package Test_Log and test program Test_TL A Test Log is a log of test activity in direct support of unit testing of Ada packages and the program units they contain. Expected and actual test results can be reported to the Test Log, and Test Log can build a summary report of the test results. It keeps track of the number of tests and the number of errors detected. Test Log performs its operations in one of three modes: SILENT -- only a summary report is generated VERBOSE -- all test results are reported to the console REPORT_TO_FILE -- same as VERBOSE but output to a file MIL-HDBK-1804 PDL is used throughout package Test_Log. To compile package Test_Log, simply compile TESTLOG.SRC; this is a Pager file containing the Spec and Body of Test_Log. The included test program Test_TL provides an example of the use of Test Log. To compile Test_TL, compile TESTLOG.TST.
DATE VERSION AUTHOR HISTORY 2/28/91 1.0 Richard Conn Initial Release
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