GINT or user provided command generators ease testcase definition and maintenance by defining testcase parameters used to generate commands . This makes the testcase more readable, easier to document with comments, and more understandable than a long command string. GINT provides a number of built in generators and a facility to aid adding and managing user defined command generators.
Command generator can be set on an individual testcase (cmdGenerator parameter) or globally by setting the default command generator using gint.setCmdGenerator. A command generator is uniquely identified by name and (optional) parameter settings in the form of a parameter map. Each command generator can define custom testcase parameters specific to the domain of the command being used.