Re: h2specd

That is great! It would also be great to have tests in the other direction.

A thought on the implementation: instead of forking Go's entire "net/http"
library, I think you could just import "", make an
http2.Framer, then have each test case send a (mostly) canned list of raw
frames, where each test case closes the connection after the test case
completes. This way, you avoid any peculiarities in Go's http.Server and
also avoid accidentally leaking state between tests.

On Thu, Aug 4, 2016 at 6:44 PM, Kazu Yamamoto <> wrote:

> Hello,
> We IIJ-II have an intern student, Razvan Certezeanu (Cc:ed), this
> year.  He is now implementing a testing tool, called h2specd, for the
> HTTP/2 server side:
> Currently, only 12 test cases are provided and it is a little bit
> unstable.  But I think this is a good start. He stays in Japan until
> the end of August and concentrates to enhance h2specd. Any inputs are
> welcome.
> --Kazu

Received on Monday, 8 August 2016 21:17:13 UTC