gtester - test running utility


   gtester [OPTION...] [testprogram]


   gtester is a utility to run unit tests that have been written using the
   GLib test framework.

   When called with the -o option, gtester writes an XML report of the
   test results, which can be converted into HTML using the gtester-report


   -h, --help
       print help and exit

   -v, --version
       print version information and exit

       make warnings fatal

   -k, --keep-going
       continue running after tests failed

       list paths of available test cases

       run test cases in MODE, which can be one of:

           run performance tests

       slow, thorough
           run slow tests, or repeat non-deterministic tests more often

           do not run slow or performance tests, or do extra repeats of
           non-deterministic tests (default)

           run test cases that deliberately provoke checks or assertion
           failures, if implemented (default)

           do not run test cases that deliberately provoke checks or
           assertion failures

       only run test cases matching TESTPATH

       skip test cases matching TESTPATH

       run all test cases with random number seed SEEDSTRING

       write the test log to LOGFILE

   -q, --quiet
       suppress per test binary output

       report success per testcase




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