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NAME ^

smolder_smoke_signal

SYNOPSIS ^

    ./bin/smolder_smoke_signal --server smolder.foo.com \
        --username myself --password s3cr3t --file test_report.xml \
        --project MyProject

DESCRIPTION ^

Script used to upload a Smoke test report to a running smolder server. This is extremely useful for scripted/automatic test runs but also helpful when using a CLI makes things faster.

OPTIONS ^

REQUIRED

server

This is the hostname (and port if not 80) of the running Smolder server.

project

The name of the Smolder project to use for the upload.

username

The name of the Smolder user to use for the upload.

password

The password for the Smolder user given by username.

file

The name of the file to upload. Please see docs/upload_file_format.pod for more details about the format that Smolder expects this file to take.

OPTIONAL

port

If your Smolder server is running on a port other than 80, then you can specify it here.

architecture

The architecture for the given smoke test run. If none is given it will use the default architecture for the project.

platform

The platform for the given smoke test run. If none is given it will use the default platform for the project.

revision

The revision control number for this test run. Only applies to projects that use revision control (shouldn't they all) and only applies to tests run against a checkout from revision control.

This is just a free form text option so it will work with any revision number that your preferred revision control system uses.

tags

A comma separated list of tags that are given for this smoke report run.

    ./bin/smolder_smoke_signal --server smolder.foo.com \
        --username myself --password s3cr3t --file test_report.xml \
        --project MyProject --tags "Foo, My Bar"
comments

Any comments that you want to associate with the smoke test run.

verbose

Print verbose output of our actions to STDOUT.

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