wireless-ap: Enable 802.11w by default
[people/ms/network.git] / test / test-functions
1 #!/bin/bash
2 ###############################################################################
3 #                                                                             #
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20 ###############################################################################
21
22 TEST_FAILED=${EXIT_OK}
23
24 test_expect_ok() {
25         local cmd=$@
26
27         if ${cmd}; then
28                 echo "OK: ${cmd} exited successfully"
29         else
30                 echo "ERROR: ${cmd} exited with failure"
31                 TEST_FAILED=${EXIT_ERROR}
32         fi
33
34         return ${TEST_FAILED}
35 }
36
37 test_expect_error() {
38         local cmd=$@
39
40         if ! ${cmd}; then
41                 echo "OK: ${cmd} exited with error"
42         else
43                 echo "ERROR: ${cmd} exited successfully"
44                 TEST_FAILED=${EXIT_ERROR}
45         fi
46
47         return ${TEST_FAILED}
48 }