|Subject:||Re: [ESPResSo-devel] Running the tests|
|Date:||Thu, 24 Jul 2014 09:12:19 +0200|
Hi!The best way is to add the tests to the list in testsuite/Makefile.am, then run bootstrap.sh. After that, you can run "make check" in the build directory. Your tests should check at start for the required features, and will only be started if the features are compiled in, compare some of the other tests.
On 23.07.14 19:00, Mohammad Abdulkhaliq wrote:
I created a few tests in the testsuite in the espresso package but I want to know the proper way to run them should I copy the test to a local build of espresso with the required features ? or is there a better way?
The doxygen documentation is build by "make doxygen" in the build directory, and then ends up in doc/doxygen/html.
Also, I want to know how to see the doxygen documentation. I mean that after writing commented documentation in the source file, how can I compile the full documentation ?
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