[TIP] Python Testing Design Patterns Question
sarvi at cisco.com
Sat Sep 25 01:01:57 PDT 2010
Looks like someone has already given this a shot. Hadn¹t seen it before.
Has anyone used this? Like? Don¹t Like?
On 9/24/10 9:15 AM, "Saravanan Shanmugham" <sarvi at cisco.com> wrote:
> My problem space is to test emedded systems.
> Or standlone processes on Virtual Machine.
> In general entities that have well defined external interfaces that I want to
> Python is my language of choice, ofourse.
> Its good as a general purpose language and has a lot of design patterns and
> idioms that allow for simple, compact and readable writing of general
> But I am not sure how they apply for testing design patterns.
> I¹ve been looking for good design patterns in python for testing.
> So far as I have seen TTCN-3, explained below has some very good design
> patterns for testing scenarios
> TTCN-3 - A new Test Specification Language for Black-Box Testing
> What is the best way to write these things in python.
> Is there python framework/library that enhances the experience.
> Some thinks in TTCN-3 that I like is
> 1. The ³ALT² behaviour. Section 9 above has some variations
> 2. Template Matching as in 4.3
> Another way asking the question is, What would be the best way/design-pattern
> to write the following test case in python
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