Amit k. Saha wrote:
> Hi Paul,
> On Thu, Jul 10, 2008 at 11:52 AM, Paul McCullagh
> <paul.mccullagh@stripped> wrote:
>> Hi Amit,
>> There is no documentation, so you have to read the code. Start by looking at
>> the example storage engine. The skeleton storage engine (from Brian Aker) is
>> a good starting point for the project.
>> Read the MyISAM handler to see how a non-transaction engine works, and
>> InnoDB to see how to handle transactions.
> Thanks. That I believe is an answer to a question: "How do I write a
> storage engine?".
> However, what I am interested to know is how to *test* the storage
> engine API? Writing test-cases for *the* API, that is.
I guess this is a silly answer, but it's the only one I know of
currently to do this:
'Write a storage engine.' :)
I don't believe that the handler API has any unit tests what so ever.
I'd love to see it though!
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