- COMMAND LINE OPTIONS
- SEE ALSO
- LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT
bbtester - Remote Windows/Unix testing platform server daemon for
Start the listener in the background, listening on the default IP 0.0.0.0 and port 7800 (TCP)
Listen using a different IP/Port pair
bbtester start -i 192.168.10.5 -p 7789
Stop the service from running
Run the tester in the foreground for testing/debugging/troubleshooting purposes.
Enable debug logging. By default, log entries get returned with the results.
bbtester [...] -d 0-7
Send the logs to STDOUT directly. Only useful in foreground mode.
bbtester --fg [...] -d 0-7 --stdout
This script is the listener end of the distributed
Test::BrewBuild testing environment.
bbtester daemonizes a Test::BrewBuild::Tester object, and listens for incoming build requests from a test dispatcher.
We then run the appropriate commands, and return the results to the dispatcher for processing.
The default working directory for a Tester is
~/brewbuild on all platforms.
Starts the tester and puts it into the background. Conflicts with
Stops the tester.
Set the IP address to listen on. If not set, will check for one in the config file, and if still not found, will default to
0.0.0.0, ie. all IPs bound on the system.
Same as IP, if not sent in, we'll check the config file, and then default to
Instead of using
start which puts the service into the background, this option will run the tester in the foreground.
Pass this option an integer from 0-7, and we'll enable that level of debugging.
If the tester is put into the background with
start, or the
--stdout option isn't used with the
--fg option, we'll return the debug results with the test results.
--fg to run the tester in the foreground, use this flag to display debug information live time on
STDOUT, as opposed to having it collected and returned.
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Any and all feedback and help is appreciated. A Pull Request is the preferred method of receiving changes (https://github.com/stevieb9/p5-test-brewbuild), but regular patches through the bug tracker, or even just email discussions are welcomed.
You can find documentation for this script and its associated module with the perldoc command.
perldoc bbtester perldoc Test::BrewBuild::Tester
perldoc brewbuild perldoc Test::BrewBuild perldoc bbdispatch perldoc Test::BrewBuild::Dispatch perldoc Test::BrewBuild::brewbuild.conf
Copyright 2016 Steve Bertrand.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of either: the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; or the Artistic License.
See http://dev.perl.org/licenses/ for more information.