[jdev] Testing clients (general architecture)

Brendan Taylor whateley at gmail.com
Wed May 2 18:32:35 CDT 2007


Hi list.

I'm one of the XSF's GSoC 2007 students. I'm going to be implementing
Encrypted Sessions (XEP-0116) and a test suite for it this summer.

I've found a fair amount of information out there about test suites for
servers. Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be much about testing clients.

So, client developers: what general architecture for a test suite would
be most useful to you? It needs to work for any client interested in
implementing the XEP, and I would like to make it as simple to use as
possible.

My current plan is to make a server component that will respond to
several JIDs, each representing a different test case. Tests that
require the suite to initiate a process will be initiated with a
message sent to the suite. If you think it's worthwhile, logs of the raw
XMPP traffic will be made available (via HTTP?).

Your thoughts?
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