This project contains the test bits for unixODBC. The primary platform is UNIX'isms but it can be used on MS'isms as well. Two different test frameworks are supported in unixODBC-Test;
The legacy method of testing ODBC is to use the MS ODBC Test program to 'poke' at the environment by executing ODBC calls interactively and to run tests contained in AutoTest libraries. This legacy method is supported by unixODBC-Test (which contains some AutoTest libraries) and by unixODBC-GUI-Qt (which contains an application similar to MS ODBC Test). It is hoped that more test libraries will be donated over time.
The TestFarm is an alternative test framework for those looking for a way to easily configure and execute tests in batch. The framework is very simple and can support any type of executable as a test. An executable can be a; script (bash or perl for example), binary (custom program or isql for example) , or a combination. The tests can be organized in any hierarchy that makes sense to the person configuring it. The core of the framework is a simple Perl script so any platform with Perl installed can be used - this includes MS'isms. unixODBC-Test includes many tests and it is hoped that more will be donated over time.
The project is hosted at SourceForge as follows;
Source and binary distributions will be made available from time-to-time. Get the latest sources from svn if you want the 'bleeding edge'. Those building from source should look at the README file included in the source for more information.
Contact the current project leader. At this time it Peter Harvey pharvey at peterharvey dot org.
This project is governed by the GPL. See GPL.txt in the source for details.