pemensik at redhat.com
Tue Oct 12 02:40:10 UTC 2021
those tests look great. Something like that is exactly what I had on
mind for dnsmasq itself. Would you mind if I borrow few things and try
to make some dnsmasq-only parts, not dependent on pihole?
Just curious. Why do you support linking only to static libraries? Is
pihole project opposed to be eventually packages as a normal
distribution package? I had to modify CMakeLists.txt, when I had all
devel libraries needed. It would not even compile. Though it seems
amazing to find my own commits in a project I never contributed directly.
Do you use some kind of container or dedicated VM to run these tests? Do
you rely just on github services to run those tests? I admit those
checks run on every PR looks quite neat, I would love to run something
similar also for dnsmasq. Once we had some tests to run, it might be
possible to run them on all new commits just similar way.
On 10/5/21 20:35, Dominik Derigs wrote:
> Hey Petr and others,
> On Tue, 2021-10-05 at 17:13 +0200, Petr Menšík wrote:
>> It would be beneficial to have also behavior tests.
> it may be the time to mention that we do exactly this for Pi-hole
> FTL which embeds the full dnsmasq for the DNS part. On every
> commit, a virtual machine is started which firstly compiles our
> project (including dnsmasq) and secondly runs it with standard
> parameters and starts a full test bench with more than a hundred
> individual tests. While the majority of tests are for extensions
> we made to dnsmasq (regular expressions, database integration,
> CNAME inspection, etc), we also have some standard DNS tests
> sending some A, AAAA, PTR, CNAME, SRV, SOA, ANY, TXT, NAPTR, MX,
> DS, RRSIG, etc. queries to specific domains and checking the
> answers. We then also check the logs and if anything is still
> For instance, our tests complained when merging my patch adding
> all the known DNS RR types because "query[type=5]" changes to
> "query[CNAME]". This was not a bug but you see the tests have
> noticed it.
> Even when this isn't directly applicable to the dnsmasq core
> project, it is still something that tests dnsmasq, even when
> embedded in another project. There is no unittest library
> whatsoever involved. The tests simply run on a compiled binary.
> You can find everything here if you're curious:
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