On 12/21/06, pat eyler <pat.eyler / gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm not really maintaining it at this point, but RWB might help.  it's
> available as a gem.  I've depracated it in favor of RFuzz, but RFuzz
> still hasn't caught all the features.

Both RFuzz and RWB look like really good starts toward what I'm after.
 Tough to say if I'll decide to really code something at this point.
But I'll certainly start browsing the source of both projects to get
some ideas.

I'd love to have something that made it easy to take a script (like in
rfuzz or rwb), then just drop it straight into a harness that was
responsible for multi-threading, distribution across slave nodes,
aggregating data and generating reports.

But given the state of things, it'd be a big problem to tackle.
Possibly too big for me at this point.

Thanks for the feedback.  This list never disappoints!
-Mat