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ATF-REPORT(1)						    BSD General Commands Manual 					     ATF-REPORT(1)

atf-report -- transforms the output of atf-run to different formats SYNOPSIS
atf-report [-o fmt1:path1 [.. -o fmtN:pathN]] atf-report -h DESCRIPTION
atf-report reads the output of atf-run and transforms it to different formats. Some of these are user-friendly and others are machine- parseable, which opens a wide range of possibilities to analyze the results of a test suite's execution. See Output formats below for more details on which these formats are. In the first synopsis form, atf-report reads the output of atf-run through its standard input and, if no -o options are given, prints a user- friendly report on its standard output using the 'ticker' format. If -o options are provided (more than one are allowed), they specify the complete list of reports to generate. They are all generated simultaneously, and for obvious reasons, two reports cannot be written to the same file. Note that the default output is suppressed when -o is provided. In the second synopsis form, atf-report will print information about all supported options and their purpose. The following options are available: -h Shows a short summary of all available options and their purpose. -o fmt:path Adds a new output format. fmt is one of the formats described later on in Output formats. path specifies where the report will be written to. Depending on the chosen format, this may refer to a single file or to a directory. For those formats that write to a single file, specifying a '-' as the path will redirect the report to the standard output. Output formats The following output formats are allowed: csv A machine-parseable Comma-Separated Values (CSV) file. This file contains the results for all test cases and test programs. Test cases are logged using the following syntax: tc, duration, test-program, test-case, result[, reason] The 'result' field for test cases is always one of 'passed', 'skipped' or 'failed'. The last two are always followed by a reason. Test programs are logged with the following syntax: tp, duration, test-program, result[, reason] In this case, the 'result' can be one of: 'passed', which denotes test programs that ran without any failure; 'failed', which refers to test programs in which one or more test cases failed; or 'bogus', which mentions those test programs that failed to exe- cute by some reason. The reason field is only available in the last case. The time required to execute each test case and test program is also provided. You should not rely on the order of the entries in the resulting output. ticker A user-friendly report that shows the progress of the test suite's execution as it operates. This type of report should always be redirected to a virtual terminal, not a file, as it may use control sequences that will make the output unreadable in regular files. xml A report contained in a single XML file. Ideal for later processing with xsltproc(1) to generate nice HTML reports. EXAMPLES
The most simple way of running a test suite is to pipe the output of atf-run through atf-report without any additional flags. This will use the default output format, which is suitable to most users: atf-run | atf-report In some situations, it may be interesting to get a machine-parseable file aside from the standard report. This can be done as follows: atf-run | atf-report -o csv:testsuite.csv -o ticker:- Or if the standard report is not desired, thus achieving completely silent operation: atf-run | atf-report -o csv:testsuite.csv SEE ALSO
atf-run(1), atf(7) BSD
December 16, 2011 BSD

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