PTS-1.5.1 has a plenty of AIO interface test additions and bug-fixes by Sebastien Decugis and Laurent Vivier. Also there are a lot of bug fixes by other people. Thanks to Sebastien Decugis and other people for continued support and contributions.
This release has been tested on glibc-2.3.3 and kernel 2.6.10 with libposix-aio-0.3. The test result for this release can be found here: http://posixtest.sourceforge.net/testpass/PTS_1.5.1-2.6.10-PAIO_ia32.htm
A much anticipated release with plenty of interface test additions and bug-fixes. Added AIO test suite by Laurent Vivier. Special thanks to Sebastien Decugis and Ulrich Drepper for continued support and contributions. Also exciting news about OSDL and Bull integrating PTS into OSDL's Scalable Test Platform (STP).
Here goes posixtest-1.3. Besides many bug fixes, this release includes some pthread test cases (conformance, functional, stress) by Sebastien Decugis and Abhijeet Bisain. Special thanks goes
to people who made contributions. And we are glad that PTS is helping kernel, library and application developers and OSDs on their POSIX related work.
Posixtestsuite-1.4.2 adds several pthread test cases by Sebastien Decugis <email@example.com>. Also there are a lot of bug fixes by Ulrich Drepper and other people. This suite has been run on latest glibc and linux kernel 2.6.5. All the failed cases has been analyzed.
posixtestsuite-1.4.1 fixes a bunch of bugs in 1.4.0 version. This release has been tested on glibc-2004-04-29 cvs pull (NPTL enabled) and linux-2.6.5-mm6 kernel.It is noted that "POSIX Message Queues" has been integrated into linux kernel and glibc.
POSIX Test Suite 1.2.0 is a significant release because of its complete threads core conformance tests, timers core conformance tests, complete signals, message queues, and semaphores conformance tests! Also there are added important POSIX functions such as the ones associated with sys/mman.h (thanks to Jerome M.). Bug fixes from previous release as well.
The third release of POSIX Test Suite is now available. It contains conformance tests for threads (90% complete - not including tagged or rwlock-related functions), signals (90% complete), semaphores (100% complete), message queues (100% complete) and timers(100% complete- TMR & CS) as well as bug fixes since 0.2.0.
Version 0.2.0 has been run against known Linux POSIX implementations, and the results are available at http://posixtest.sourceforge.net/testpass0_2_0.html.
This is the second release of the POSIX Test Suite, and it contains conformance tests in the signals, semaphores, threads, and timers areas. The signals, semaphores, and threads suites are currently from 50-80% complete, and the timers suite is complete with bug fixes from release 0.1.0. Download the release from the project summary page. The release contains only the completed sections of the test suite. For the latest work in progress, check out the project from CVS.
Test pass data is now available from running the latest POSIX Timers conformance/interfaces suite against two POSIX Timers implementations: George Anzinger's High Res Timers and Jim Houston's Alternate Timers: http://posixtest.sourceforge.net/testpass.html.
Test pass data is there more to show how data will be output than for the data itself (timers/conformance/interfaces is only a small piece of the eventual full POSIX Timers test suite, which should have functional, stress, and performance tests also).
This is the first official release of the test suite, based on completion of conformance tests for POSIX Timers. Download the release from the project summary page. The release contains only the completed sections of the test suite. For the latest work in progress, check out the project from CVS.
This project began on October 11, 2002. After some initial development and definition, the project was announced on the linux-kernel mailing list on November 3rd.
Developers are now actively writing conformance tests in Signals, Message Queues, Timers, and will be starting soon in Semaphores. Discussions are underway about further defining the purpose and structure of functional, stress, and conformance/behavior test areas.... read more