action scripts are executed after a test set is run, regardless
of the exit state of the test set.
They decide what to do by themselves based on the value of the
overall test result provided in
They have to be placed into the
subdirectory of the test set (typically symlinked to
Scripts without the execution bit set as well as those with
names matching the regular expression
are silently ignored.
A number of environment variables are passed to the action script:
The name of the test set.
0, which means no timeout.
The result of the testset. (0 = OK, 1 = WARNING, 2 = ERROR)
Total number of tests run or number of tests which returned OK, WARNING or ERROR, respectively.
Comma-separated lists of tests returning OK, WARNING or ERROR, respectively.
For a typical action script, refer to Appendix D.