Provided by: jtreg_4.2-b10-1_all
jtdiff - Regression Test Harness
Usage: jtdiff options... [directory|file]... Compare Options --r | --reason Include the reason string in the comparison, as well as the type (i.e. Passed, Failed, etc.) --s | --super Perform a "super-diff" looking for result sets within a directory hierarchy. The hierarchy must be arranged as follows: PATH/PLATFORM/YEAR/DAY_OF_YEAR/TEST_RESULTS, where PATH is given by the single directory argument, PLATFORM is the name of the platform on which the tests were run, YEAR and DAY_OF_YEAR are numbers identifying when the tests were run, and TESTSUITE_RESULTS is a fixed string identifying when to find the result set in the hierarchy. The default is "JTreport/text/summary.txt", but it can be set to a different value by setting the system property "jtdiff.super.testResults". It may identify any source of results acceptable to a standard invocation of jtdiff. Set system property jtdiff.html.compact=true for a more output format, with symbols replacing the words "pass" (check mark), "fail" (cross), "error" (cross in a circle), and "not run" (horizontal bar). Output Options Options to customize the output --format:html|text Output format. If not specified, it is inferred from the extension of the output file. --o:<file> | --outFile:<file> File to which to write the results --title:<string> Title to use for the results Help Options Options for additional help and information --h [words...] | --help [words...] | --usage [words...] Command line help. Give words to see help info containing those or use "-help all" to see all available help. --version Give information about the version of jtdiff in use. Input Files Input files can be any of work directories, report directories, or the summary.txt files in a report directory. jtdiff can also be run with Ant.
Copyright © 2008, 2013 Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Use is subject to license terms. jtdiff options... [directory|file]... For brief details about a topic, use "-help <term> ...". The argument <term> is a command option or other word related to the topic. Use "-help all" to show all of the help entries. Information is available for the following topics. Compare Options Output Options Options to customize the output Help Options Options for additional help and information Input Files Input files can be any of work directories, report directories, or the summary.txt files in a report directory. jtdiff can also be run with Ant. Copyright © 2008, 2013 Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Use is subject to license terms.
The full documentation for jtdiff is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and jtdiff programs are properly installed at your site, the command info jtdiff should give you access to the complete manual.