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* Manpage examples turned into tests
Convert most examples from xorriso(1) manpage into tests.
* Enhance 'auto_isocontent'
Extend it to use some more demanding directory tree.
MD5s should be checked.
All file types as of stat(2) should be tested.
Test various comparisons:
xorriso provides built-in means for comparison:
xorriso -compare_r disk_path iso_rr_path
xorriso -indev my.iso -find / vs. find input_dir
bsdtar -xf my.iso vs. input_dir
* Test for wrong CD sizes would need a new test and probably an
automatic CD changer.
* Library unit tests - investigate the possibility to write some
cunit-based tests ( for both
xorriso.h and libisoburn.h API's. The code samples could be put into
codesamples/ directory and run by auto_cxx or a separate auto_ script.
* ??? Still to decide:
Delete debian-testing-i386-businesscard.iso with ./run_all_auto -c
Contra: Currently remaining large files (like downloaded ISO images) are
simply left behind to be re-used and a boldified info message is shown
so the users can decide for themselves what to remove or leave as well.
Pro: Leaving 70 MB of image is quite obtrusive. Option -c is not run
under normal circumstances. So it could well be used for total cleanup.
Alternative: Specific option --remove_image.
* ??? Still to decide:
Have a script ./run_all_manual
Contra argument: if a releng sctipt is suitable to be run under a master
script run_all*, then this releng script should be put into auto_*
namespace , otherwise it is manual_*.
Pro: Tests may be manual because they demand lots of resources, not
because they need manual attention. In general the run_all_manual script
shall spare the user the plight to read the documentation. Instead it
shall present the manual tests, give an opportunity to skip the test,
and ask for parameters,
* derive a GNU xorriso test suite from libisoburn test suite
* auto_ tests should know whether they work underneath run_all_auto
or whether they run standalone