#270 Study replacements for TET

Future Work
accepted
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testsuite/libelf
major
task
2016-02-29
2010-08-09
No

It is unclear whether TET is really open-source.

While the TET website claims that it is opensource under an "Artistic" license, the actual license that is present in the released version of the TET toolkit appears to be a restrictive one.

One option for us would be to create an alternative, BSD-licensed, test harness that is good enough for our own needs.

2010/08/09
The current (v3.8) TET source distribution appears to have been updated to include a copy of the "Artistic" license.

A possible alternative could be Kyua, the successor of NetBSD's ATF.

Discussion

  • Joseph Koshy

    Joseph Koshy - 2010-08-09
    • status changed from new to accepted
    • description modified (diff)
     
  • Joseph Koshy

    Joseph Koshy - 2011-11-20
    • description modified (diff)
     
  • Ed Maste

    Ed Maste - 2016-02-29

    I like the Kyua suggestion -- it's in use for the FreeBSD base system test cases now.

     

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