rmtoo-testcase-format - requirements management tool: testcase format
Each testcase must be in its own file. The filename must end in ’.tec’. Only ASCII characters are allowed. Each line must at maximum 80 characters long.
The topic must be written as a set of ’key: value’ pairs. A value is extended if the first column of a line is a space.
A key can exists multiple times in a topic data file. Order matters.
The following keys with the described syntax and semantic exists:
The value is the name of the testcase. This is used as a chapter headline in the output document.
The description of the testcase
The expected result of the testcase.
The value of ’Invented on’ is the date when the testcase was written. The format must be YYYY-MM-DD.
This value is the name of the author of the testcase. The author is the person who wrote the requirement. It must not be necessary one of the stakeholders.
This is the owner of the testcase. He is responsible for the testcase.
The note is an additional comment for the testcase.
Note that the following example has some initial indent resulting from the word processing program. The keywords must start at the first column. Additional lines must have a space in column one.
Invented by: flonatel
Invented on: 2012-03-19
Description: This is an example test case.
Expected Result: This is the result.
Note: Just for testing.
rmtoo(7) - overview over rmtoo requirements management tool. All references can be found there.
Written by Andreas Florath (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Copyright © 2012 by flonatel (email@example.com). License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 or later