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Also we'd like a report where it's easy to see the traceability and result of test run and requirement, e.g.: REQ1 PASSED REQ2 FAILED Currently it is possible to get the requirement and what Test case it is tested in and then print out all of the test cases to see the results.
We'd just like a bit of an easier report/tracking here.
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Chris Hallman noticed that the code does not work under GNU/Linux.
After spending some hours trying to figure out what was wrong it, I realized that the part of the code that caused the failure on Linux was the use of the method works differently under Windows and Linux. """ A pure python ping implementation using raw socket. There are certainly word - size dependenceies here.
(Thanks Stephane) [Update #2]: After Chris Hallman reported that the original code actually works on Windows only, I made some changes to it and publish the updated code below.
The following code is a pure Python implementation of the ping command.