PityTest11 is a very flexible C++11 peer-to-peer test framework supporting hierarchically structured test suites, multi-processing, logging, IPC, synchronization and more.
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// This file is under GNU General Public License 3.0
// see LICENSE.txt
#include <pEp/pEpLog.hh>
#include "PityNode.hh"
#include <vector>
#include <memory>
// The Model currently is as follows:
// The Model creates the TestTree using PityUnits.
// When creating the model you specify how many nodes you want
// Currently there is a strict 1-1 relationship of nodes and identities.
// One Node has exactly one identity, and this identity is only on this node.
// This needs to be enhanced to be a n-n relationship
// The Transport only addresses nodes, not idents, therefore
// If you have one ident on n nodes, the transport needs to check the model for all nodes the
// ident is on and send the message to all these nodes.
// If you have a node that has n identities, the persepective needs to specify node AND ident.
namespace pEp {
namespace PityTest11 {
class PityModel {
// Constructors
PityModel() = delete;
PityModel(const std::string& name, int nodeCount);
// Getters
std::string getName() const;
std::vector<std::shared_ptr<PityNode>> nodes() const;
PityNode* nodeNr(int nr) const;
//internal logging
static bool debug_log_enabled;
Adapter::pEpLog::pEpLogger logger_debug{ "PityModel", debug_log_enabled };
std::vector<std::shared_ptr<PityNode>> _nodes;
std::string _name;
//internal logging
Adapter::pEpLog::pEpLogger& m4gic_logger_n4me = logger_debug;
}; // namespace PityTest11
}; // namespace pEp