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0test - test Zero Install programs

Published by Thomas Leonard

Overview

This is a Zero Install feed. To add this program to your Applications menu, choose Zero Install -> Add New Program from the Applications menu. e.g. on Ubuntu:

Adding with GNOME

If you don't see this menu item, install the zeroinstall-injector package from your distribution's repository, or from 0install.net.

Drag the feed's URL to the dialog box that appears. Other environments may use other systems. For example, if you are a ROX desktop user, drag the link to AddApp instead.

Alternatively, to run it from the command-line:

$ 0launch http://0install.net/2008/interfaces/0test.xml

The 0alias command can be used to create a short-cut to run it again later.

If you don't have the 0launch command, download it from the 0install.net web-site, which also contains documentation about how the Zero Install system works.

Full name

http://0install.net/2008/interfaces/0test.xml

Description

Use 0test to run the unit tests for a Zero Install program. You can use this to test released versions or developer snapshots. You can give a selection of versions to test, and you can test against different versions of dependencies to create a matrix of test results.

Homepage

http://0install.net/0test.html

Available versions

The list below is just for information; Zero Install will automatically select one of these versions for you.

VersionReleasedStabilityPlatformDownload
0.12008-11-06stableAnyDownload (8971 bytes)
0.22009-11-15stableAnyDownload (9134 bytes)
0.32010-06-19stableAnyDownload (11445 bytes)
0.3.12010-10-28stableAnyDownload (11580 bytes)
0.42010-12-11stableAnyDownload (12261 bytes)
0.52011-03-15stableAnyDownload (12340 bytes)
0.62011-08-01stableAnyDownload (12582 bytes)
0.72012-04-16stableAnyDownload (12797 bytes)
0.82012-09-08stableAnyDownload (12790 bytes)
0.92013-02-26stableAnyDownload (12900 bytes)
Required libraries

The list below is just for information; Zero Install will automatically download any required libraries for you.