Since I’m too lazy at the moment to write my own plugin for Hudson, I figured running xsltproc after running my tests will be good enough:
xsltproc-win32xsltproc.exe --stringparam suitename testall -o testall_results.xml cunit-to-junit.xsl cunit_testall-Results.xml
To make CUnit produce XML results, you have to do something like this:
CU_set_output_filename( "cunit_testall" ); CU_list_tests_to_file(); CU_automated_run_tests();
You can download the cunit-to-junit.xsl here.
The file with syntax highlighting follows. Listing
removed because the highlighting broke the XSLT syntax. Use the
downloadable file instead! Please note that it is not yet complete
as I haven’t really tested it with all possible results cunit can
produce. That I will do at a later time. Maybe togehter with a Hudson Plugin.
EDIT: The xslt transform is now also available on BitBucket. If you have made modifications feel free to contribute them there:
EDIT: Since you asked, License information follows:
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