We discuss a few simple scenarios of how we can design and develop a compositional synthetic ��?le server that gives access to external processes – in particular, in the context of testing, gives access to the system under test – such that certain parts of said synthethic ��?le server can be prepared as oﬀ-the-shelf components to which other speci��?cally written parts can be added in a kind of plug-and-play fashion. The approaches only deal with the problem of accessing the system under test from the point of view of oﬀered functionality, and compositionality, but do not consider eﬃciency or performance. The study is rather preliminary, and only very limited practical experiments have been performed.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Plan 9 (IWP9 2007)|
|Editors||Sape J. Mullender, G. Collyer|
|Place of Publication||Murray Hill, NJ, USA|
|Number of pages||8|
|ISBN (Print)||not assigned|
|Publication status||Published - Dec 2007|
|Event||2nd International Workshop on Plan 9, IWP9 2007 - Murray Hill, United States|
Duration: 3 Dec 2007 → 4 Dec 2007
Conference number: 2
|Workshop||2nd International Workshop on Plan 9, IWP9 2007|
|Period||3/12/07 → 4/12/07|
Belinfante, A. (2007). Extensible Synthetic File Servers? or: Structuring the Glue between Tester and System Under Test. In S. J. Mullender, & G. Collyer (Eds.), Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Plan 9 (IWP9 2007) (pp. 47-54). Murray Hill, NJ, USA: Bell Labs.