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Test Procedures

Test Assumptions & Prerequisites

  1. The string "<root>" represents the root of the source tree for the System.Data.SQLite project.
  2. The string "<year>" represents the version of Visual Studio used (e.g. 2008) to build the binaries being tested.
  3. The string "<platform>" represents the native platform for the binaries being tested (e.g. Win32 or x64).
  4. The string "<pid>" represents the process identifier for the instance of EagleShell being used to run the unit tests.

Test Procedures

Follow these steps to unit test the System.Data.SQLite (SDS) binaries. Unless otherwise noted, all steps need to be done in the order specified.

First, you will need a full source enlistment for the System.Data.SQLite project, including the "Externals\Eagle" directory.

The binaries to test must be built or downloaded. If the binaries are downloaded, they must be placed in the appropriate build output directory (e.g. "<root>\bin\<year>\Release\bin" for the separate managed and interop assemblies or "<root>\bin\<year>\<platform>\Release" for the mixed-mode assembly).

The new unit tests have been setup using Eagle and its associated unit testing framework, named "EagleTest". Eagle is an implementation of the Tcl scripting language for the Common Language Runtime (CLR). EagleTest is the unit testing framework for Eagle, packaged as a collection of Eagle scripts, based loosely on the implementation of tcltest.

Automated Unit Tests

  1. Open a normal command prompt window with "cmd.exe".
  2. Change the current directory to "<root>".
  3. Enter the following command to run all the unit tests against the binaries built with a separate managed and interop assembly: Externals\Eagle\bin\EagleShell.exe -file Tests\all.eagle
  4. Enter the following command to run all the unit tests against the binaries built with a mixed-mode assembly: Externals\Eagle\bin\EagleShell.exe -initialize -runtimeOption native -file Tests\all.eagle
  5. Make sure all tests pass; the log file "%TEMP%\EagleShell.exe.test.<pid>.log" may be checked if any errors should occur. EagleTest should produce "success" messages very similar to the following:

    PASSED: 30
    TOTAL: 30