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Running tests against a remote server

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2004-09-10 16:36:49 CEST

Quick background for those that may not have read some of my other
messages. My company is working on porting Subversion to OS/400, which is
an EBCDIC system. We are at a point where things seem to be working
fairly well although we occasionally stumble on a new problem. Also, an
important point is that we are primarily interested in this as a server
port. IOW, we just want to be able to host a repository on an iSeries -
OS/400 server.

We would like to be able to start to leverage the test suite so that we
can put it through its paces. The problem is that the test suite itself
adds its own complications, such as the usage of Python. Anyone have any
ideas for how we could run a set of tests from a Windows client that
exercises the remote OS/400 server. Currently, using the svn:// protocol
only? We are only using the fsfs repositories, and we could easily map a
drive on the Windows client to the fsfs repository if it needed direct



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