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Using C from Robot Framework test libraries

Robot Framework is a generic open source test automation framework. This simple example demonstrates how to use C language from Robot Framework test libraries. The example uses Python's standard ctypes module, which requires that the C code is compiled into a shared library. This version is implemented and tested on Linux, but adapting it to other operating systems would require only changing compilation and name of the produced shared library.

This demo also introduces the basic Robot Framework test data syntax, how tests are executed, and how logs and reports look like.

See project wiki for more information about running the demo, viewing results, etc. You can also view the tests and generated results through the wiki without running the demo yourself.

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