The X Window System (commonly X or X11) is a computer software system and network protocol that provides a graphical user interface (GUI). Base X Window System is extended by X Extension libraries (mainly from freedesktop.org and XFree86 projects).
The blts-x11 test driver includes functional tests for X11 using xlib, and for various X Extensions using their user space libraries
The test driver currently covers basic functionalities of X11 and it's extensions, including:
Current coverage for X11 tests:
Mainly display devices (and GPU).
Extend functional coverage of existing test and create performance tests for XVideo, XComposite and DRI2.
To run the X11 test cases use:
|-l||Used log file, default blts_x11.txt|
|-e||Execute single or multiple selected tests, for example -e 1,4,5.|
|-en||Execute test by name, for example -en "My test X"|
|-s||Show list of all tests|
|-nc||Do not output log to terminal|
|-t||Maximum execution time of each test in seconds (default: 10s)|
The test module can be compiled to both a self-sufficient command line program and a Min test framework module. Debian packaging is provided.
|X11||X11 home page|
|freedesktop.org||freedesktop.org home page|
|XFree86||XFree86 home page|
|0.1||22-sep-2010||Iekku Huttunen||Draft||Page created|