bittersuite — A framework for running tests via RST




BitterSuite is a testing framework that works on top of rst. Instead of providing full runTests and computeMarks programs, the user simply provides stubs that redirect to the main BitterSuite code. The goal is to minimize the amount of scripting required by the tutor, so the focus instead can be on creating tests.

The code base has undergone a number of changes since the initial development in 2007. The current version of the code is bittersuite3. While there is a man page for this, there isn't one for versions 1 or 2; old documentation may still be available on the ISG website.

Topic revision: r1 - 2016-01-11 - YiLee
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