Question about the eValid EPI

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Question about the eValid EPI

Postby NRomero » Thu Nov 02, 2017 9:13 am

Morning.

Can the eValidEPI system be converted into an interface other than C++?

I want to continue to write and maintain tests in PERL, rather that convert everything into C++.

I'd like to be able to convert tests now so tests can be completed faster in the long run.

Thanks
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Re: Question about the eValid EPI

Postby eValid » Fri Nov 03, 2017 2:19 pm

NRomero wrote:Morning.

Can the eValidEPI system be converted into an interface other than C++?

I want to continue to write and maintain tests in PERL, rather that convert everything into C++.

I'd like to be able to convert tests now so tests can be completed faster in the long run.

Thanks


Thanks for asking NRomero.

To begin with, let's take a look at the EPI interface:

http://www.evalid.us/Promotion/EPI/general.html

We use C++ because that is the language which eValid is implemented, but as this explanation shows, you can use any language that a binds into a Windows executable:

http://www.evalid.us/Products/Documenta ... cture.html

To convert test programs expressed in PERL, VB or any such language the chore that needs to be done is to create a program that reads lines from your current test script and converts them into the EPI interface, which is written to accept C++ syntax.

With apologies, we haven't done this because there has been, for us, no need. C++ is close enough to C# and Java that the conversion links are trivial; other languages are outside our areas of expertise.

Even so, please contact us with any questions or issues.


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