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Re: [Qemu-block] [PATCH 0/6] QTests: use Python to run complex tests

From: Philippe Mathieu-Daudé
Subject: Re: [Qemu-block] [PATCH 0/6] QTests: use Python to run complex tests
Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2017 15:46:46 -0300

>> > Is there a specific reason why adding SD Card support to libqos is not
>> > possible in C?
>> Short (joking) answer: Would you write tests/qemu-iotests/041 in C? ;)
> 041 is not a device-level test.  It doesn't poke device registers, it's
> a functional test.  In my email I said I support using Python for those
> types of tests.
>> Now thinking about the specific reasons...
>> What I intend to do is add qtests for the SDHCI implementation.
>> There are different revisions of the standard specs.
> It would be great to have SDHCI support in libqos.  PCI and virtio are
> covered today and support for more busses will help reach that critical
> mass where tests can be written for most QEMU device models without
> first writing a new device driver framework.
> Please post your SDHCI test code, so we can discuss the details and
> consider whether it's more like 041 or more like tests/ide-test.c.

The SDHCI test is like ide-test, poking register.

Being not a 'generic' series but only SDHCI I didn't Cc'd you,
you can find the test here:


and the SDCard python test here (you got this one):


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