Amador Pahim

Category: Testing

Installing Avocado from Source And Running Tests With Multiple Variants

Whether you want to contribute to the project or just want to have the last improvements first, installing Avocado from source is the way to go.  In this post you have a step-by-step guide to have Avocado up and running getting it from the official git repository. Environment Avocado is developed on Fedora latest, using […]

Running Robot Framework tests with Avocado

Avocado Framework is a Testing Framework born to replace Autotest/Virttest. It’s extremely flexible, feature rich and has a powerful Test API. Robot Framework is also a Testing Framework. It has easy-to-use tabular test data syntax and it utilizes the keyword-driven testing approach. Avocado has a very sane architecture, well integrated with most popular CIs and […]

oVirt Functional Tests using Avocado

Avocado Framework is the new generation Testing Framework born to replace Autotest/Virttest. Avocado is extremely flexible and can be easily used to test anything. If you want to learn more about Avocado, please visit this site: avocado-framework.github.io. The avocado and ovirt-engine-sdk-python installations are quite simple. Usually it’s all about configure the repositories and install the […]

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