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Improved Custom Tool Takes Argument to Generate CSV Execution Report in 5 Flavors

Last updated: 2019-10-02

VectorCAST version 2019 SP1 implements an improvement to the custom tool used to generate the CSV Test Execution Report. The two custom tools in previous versions of VectorCAST have been combined into one, with several types of output available via a new argument.

By default, the Generate CSV Execution Report custom tool outputs a comma-separated file (.csv) listing each scalar value by name, one per line.

The custom tool invokes a python file with the argument --dump, as shown below:

$(VECTORCAST_DIR)/vpython $(VECTORCAST_DIR)/python/vector/apps/TestCaseData/  --dump=<desired data>

To specify the data in the CSV Execution Report, add a new custom tool with one of these available arguments:

--dump=eachScalar (default)

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