[tap-l] data request
ebo at users.sourceforge.net
Thu Aug 26 11:35:04 BST 2010
>> BTW, I'm thinking of naming the tool SpinalTAP ;-)
> Even better :)
> Really? That's quite odd - we've got 246 passes / 3 fails for the
> And for those three failures we have, at most, four failed assertions
> of nearly 12,000 tests.
> I'd be interested to see a transcript of a failing test run.
The version currently marked as stable and tested on Gentoo is 3.17. I'll
update the tool-chain to experimental and see how it behaves. (this might
take a little while)
> I don't think we have any preference around licensing.
good to know.
> I assume it's possible to run Plan 9 on VMware or VirtualBox?
Yes, but I've mostly used 9vx, and a little qemu. But I've heard of
Here is some info on VMware:
>> As a final note, I am planning to submit a paper to the International
>> Workshop on Plan 9 (IWP9) on the TAP tools as well as my GSoC project.
>> anyone is willing to give a friendly review of the paper or code when
>> released, I will be most grateful.
Cool! I'll let you know when I'm ready (which should be in a few days --
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