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torque - Aautomation Testing Tool for C/C++ in Linux


torque - automation testing tool for C/C++ application in Linux.

torque - automation testing tool for C/C++ application in Linux.

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  • 1. torque Automation Testing Tool for C/C++ in LinuxPrepared By :-Jitendra LenkaSenior Software EngineerL&T Integrated Engineering Services (IES)
  • 2. History• Why torque : To get availed of all testing functionalities without paying huge money.• Ideas : Utmost use of open source renowned tools such as splint, valgrind and lcov/gcov to compete with other expensive tools in the market.• We did the automation by using shell script.
  • 3. Introduction• Functional and Regression testing can be accomplished easily.• Static Analysis, Code Coverage and Memory Management are taken care with the help of open source tool such as splint, lcov/gcov and valgrind respectively.
  • 4. Contents Inside… Design Architecture Structure of TORQUE tool A study on each directory Test Scripts and their execution Significance of tools deployed Generation of Reports.. A Detailed approach
  • 5. Design Architecture – A Simple Approach include src Reports lib project test TestScripts tools torque.conf
  • 6. src It is a folder which contains the source codes of the respective modules. Illustration by screenshots as below.
  • 7. includeIt is a folder which accommodates header files of therespective modules.Depiction using screenshot as below.
  • 8. libIt includes library files to support thefunctionality and execution of test scripts.
  • 9. testPlatform where testscripts are written,compiled, executed.
  • 10. torque.conf Decides which module has to be compiled, executed.
  • 11. TestScriptsSegregation into Individual modules withrespect to the generation of Testscripts asshown below..
  • 12. TestScripts -How does each module look like..?
  • 13. Scenario of a Test script
  • 14. ./RunTestScriptsThis executable enables all written test scripts to getexecuted. Once the test scripts get executed, reports,log, code coverage and related folders will be updated.First step…
  • 15. ./RunTestScripts contd…Second step…Third step…
  • 16. ./RunTestScripts contd…Fourth step…Fifth step…
  • 17. ./RunTestScripts contd…Sixth step…
  • 18. toolsDriving force of TORQUE tool.Includes supporting shell scripts for the properfunctioning of the tool.
  • 19. ReportsThis Directory contains 2 folders.
  • 20. Reports – A Detailed ApproachIt encompassesCodeCoverageCompilationLogLogMemCheckStaticAnalysisStatusFiles
  • 21. CodeCoverage
  • 22. CompilationLogGives details about the compilation of each testscript.
  • 23. logSystem Monitoring - ProMonTest
  • 24. Lon Module - LonTest
  • 25. MemCheck
  • 26. StaticAnalysis
  • 27. StatusFilesSystem Monitoring - ProMonTest
  • 28. Lon Module - LonTest
  • 29. Thank you all forconsistent support