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GTESTER(1)				  User Commands 			       GTESTER(1)

NAME
       gtester - test running utility

SYNOPSIS
       gtester [OPTION...] [testprogram]

DESCRIPTION
       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 utility.

OPTIONS
       -h, --help
	   print help and exit

       -v, --version
	   print version information and exit

       --g-fatal-warnings
	   make warnings fatal

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

       -l
	   list paths of available test cases

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

	   perf
	       run performance tests

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

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

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

	   no-undefined
	       do not run test cases that deliberately provoke checks or assertion failures

       -p=TESTPATH
	   only run test cases matching TESTPATH

       -s=TESTPATH
	   skip test cases matching TESTPATH

       --seed=SEEDSTRING
	   run all test cases with random number seed SEEDSTRING

       -o=LOGFILE
	   write the test log to LOGFILE

       -q, --quiet
	   suppress per test binary output

       --verbose
	   report success per testcase

SEE ALSO
       gtester-report(1)

GLib										       GTESTER(1)
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