[Speex-dev] Automated Batch Tests

Tom Grandgent tgrand at canvaslink.com
Wed Sep 21 12:08:23 PDT 2005

Sounds like a great idea, except for the part about only running on 
linux/cygwin.  What would you need in order to make it cross-platform, 
as libspeex is?

"Nic Roets" <speex at rational.co.za> wrote:
> I'm working on a patch that will batch test most of the code in 
> libspeex. Here's the process (Feel free to suggest changes) :
> 1. Download the representative sample with wget, if it does not exist. 
> Currently it's www.rational.co.za/speexTest16.wav It contains a male 
> voice, a female voice, background noise and music.
> 2. Run the various testenc programs.
> 3. Generate a short report with SNR and speed results.
> 4. If SNR is lower than say 10, indicate failure.
> It will probably only run under linux (and perhaps cygwin), but such is 
> life.
> This process can then be used to make answer many questions :
> Is the noise introduced by moving to fixed point is significant ?
> Is the 'double's slower than 'floats' ?
> etc.

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