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    @fluidframework/test-version-utils

    This is a package for writing and setting up Fluid end to end tests using mocha that will generate variants with a specific driver and different version combinations of Fluid API between layers via TestObjectProvider provided to the test. The different layers are loader, driver, container runtime and data runtime (includes DDS). Version combinations and driver selection can be controlled via the mocha command line, assuming your test uses the provided describe* functions. For advanced usage, a test can bypass this mechanism and directly call our exports to get the versioned Fluid APIs.

    Versioned combination test generation

    Layer version combinations

    Similar to mocha's describe, this package provide various describe* functions that will generate variants with a specific driver and different version combinations of Fluid API between layers. All possible layer combinations that are generated (empty entries are current versions):

    Compat Kind Loader Driver Container Runtime Data Runtime
    None
    Loader old
    Driver old
    ContainerRuntime old
    DataRuntime old
    NewLoader old old old
    NewDriver old old old
    NewContainerRuntime old old old
    NewDataRuntime old old old

    Mocha test setup with layer version combinations

    There are three compat describe* to generate different combinations, depending of the need of the tests

    describeFullCompat: generate test variants with compat combinations that varies the version for all layers.

    • Used for tests that exercise all layers and will benefits compat combinations of all layers.

    describeLoaderCompat: generate test variants with compat combinations that only varies the loader version.

    • Use for tests that targets the loader layer, and don't care about compat combinations of other layers.
    • Test combination generated: [CompatKind.None, CompatKind.Loader]

    describeNoCompat - generate one test variant that doesn't varies version of any layers.

    • Use for tests that doesn't benefit or require any compat testing.
    • Test combination generated: [CompatKind.None]

    These compat describe* functions will also load the APIs with appropriate version and provide the test with a TestObjectProvider object, where the test can use to access Fluid functionality. Even when compat testing is not necessary, TestObjectProvider provide functionalities that help writing Fluid tests, and it allows the test to enable compat testing easily in the future just by changing the describe*.

    Legacy version defaults and installation

    By default, N-1, N-2, and LTS (hard coded) test variants are generated. The versions can be specified using command line (see below) to run the test against any two versions. This package includes a mocha global hook that will install legacy packages at the beginning of the package based on the compatVersion settings.

    Command line options

    Tests using the compat describe* will be controllable using the command line options when running mocha on driver selection, versions for compat testing, and compat kind combinations.

    --compatKind <CompatKind> - filter to the compat variant. See above table. Can be specified multiple times.
                                    Default: undefined (no filter)
    --compatVersion <version> - specify the old version. Relative (to base) or specific version. Can be specified multiple times.
                                    Default: -1, -2, LTS (hard coded in src/compatConfig.ts)
    --baseVersion <version>   - specify the base (new) version. Allow the test to run against any version combinations.
                                    Default: <current> (same version of the test package)
    --driver <driverType>     - <driverType> = "tinylicious" | "t9s" | "routerlicious" | "r11s" | "odsp" | "local"
                                    Default: "local"
    --r11sEndpointName <name> - Determine the environment variable name to look for r11s service information to target.
                                    Default: "r11s"
    --tenantIndex <number>    - Index into the tenant list, modulo the number of tenant available, for odsp server info to target.
                                    Default: 0
    --reinstall               - Force reinstall any required versions.  Default: reuse if a version is already installed.
    

    baseVersion is a semver or a semver range.

    • If it is a semver range, the latest in that range will be picked.

    compatVersion can be a semver or semver range or an integer apply to the minor version relative to baseVersion

    • If it is a semver range, the latest in that range will be picked.
    • If it is an integer, the value will be apply to the minor version of the baseVersion, and create a ^ range including prerelease versions. The latest in that range will be picked.
      • i.e. if baseVersion is 0.2.3, and compatVersion is -1, the resulting range will be ^0.1.3-0

    We also accept some of the flags via environment variables.

    Environment Variables Command line options
    fluid__test__compatKind --compatKind
    fluid__test__compatVersion --compatVersion
    fluid__test__driver --driver
    fluid__test__r11sEndpointName --r11sEndpointName
    fluid__test__baseVersion --baseVersion

    Advanced usage

    This bypasses any configuration of version used by the describe* functions and provides direct access to the versioned APIs.

    First make sure to call ensurePackageInstalled before running the tests to make sure the necessary legacy version are installed.

    The main entry point is getVersionedTestObjectProvider to get a TestObjectProvider for a specific version combinations and driver config. Additionally, you can get versioned API for specific layers using these API.

    • getLoaderApi
    • getDriverApi
    • getContainerRuntimeApi
    • getDataRuntimeApi

    All these API returns the current version by default if no arguments is passed. If a number is provided, a relative version will be computed by adding the number to the minor version number of the current version, and find the latest patch version. (^0.<current+requested>.0). If a string is provided, then the string is treated as a specific version or a range of version, and it will resolve the latest version that matches it.

    OPEN ISSUE: while these API can be used directly, currently the default global mocha hook will still run and install the default set of legacy versions whether it is necessary or not.

    Implementation notes

    The legacy version are installed in their own version folder ./../node_modules/.legacy/<version> (current package root's node_module directory).

    Legacy versions of all packages in all categories are installed regardless of what compat combination is requested. (See packageList in src/testApi.ts).

    For now, the current version are statically bound to also provide type. Although it can be switch to dynamic loading for consistency (or don't want to force the script to be loaded if they are not needed). Currently, we don't have such scenario yet.

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