Re: beaker-wizard query
Ales Zelinka <azelinka <at> redhat.com>
2011-07-11 10:43:52 GMT
On 11.7.2011 08:43, Marian Csontos wrote:
> On 07/10/2011 10:33 AM, Sunil_Gupta2 <at> Dell.com wrote:
>> Hello List,
>> The tests created by beaker-wizard utility creates runtest.sh which is
>> different from the runtest.sh created by rhts-run-simple-test in terms
>> of syntax used hence is not recognized when “make run” is executed. The
>> runtest.sh looks like
>> Can anybody help me understand the syntax of file? and point me to the
>> language if it is a programming language syntax.
> Hello Sunil, it's plain bash using beakerlib.
> The preface is for some reason missing:
> # ... headers and copyright should go here ...
> # Include Beaker environment
> . /usr/bin/rhts-environment.sh
> . /usr/lib/beakerlib/beakerlib.sh
> What's your version rhts-devel package, please?
> rpm -qf `which beaker-wizard`
> Also, has the test machine got beakerlib and rhts-test-env installed?
> rpm -q beakerlib rhts-test-env
> -- Marian
beakerlib is a bash library we use. Check the product page
https://fedorahosted.org/beakerlib/ if it wouldn't be helpful to you as
If not, you can tell beaker-wizard to use different skeleton (=
template) for your new tests like this:
beaker-wizard -s <skeleton> ...
Available skeletons on my system: beakerlib, rhts, multihost, simple,
empty, skel1, skel2, skel3
Beakerlib is the default one, 'rhts' and 'simple' are probably similar
to what rhts-run-simple-test creates. Skeletons skel1 - skel3 are custom
ones, defined in beaker-wizard's config file.
You can also change skeleton in the interactive mode of beaker-wizard or
set the default in config file.
Hope that helps,