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testbox-runner

0.4.0 • Public • Published

Testbox Runner

Runs Testbox tests via the command line.

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Installation

Use npm

npm install -g testbox-runner

Configuration

Config File

You have several options for passing configuration values. This utility uses rc to parse a configuration file. It also accepts command line arguments and environment variables.

Create a .testbox-runnerrc file in the root of your project (where you will run textbox-runner). This file can be either in ini or JSON format and should contain the following options:

  • runner (required) - This is the URL to your test runner. This should point to the HTMLRunner.cfm file that ships with testbox (/testbox/system/runners/HTMLRunner.cfm). It can be your own custom runner as long as it accepts the same URL parameters as HTMLRunner.cfm.
  • directory (required if bundles is not provided) - The directory of your tests.
  • recurse (optional, default is false) - Indicates if you want to recurse the directory provided in the directory option. Must be a boolean.
  • bundles (required if directory is not provided)
  • labels - The string or list of labels the runner will use to execute suites and specs with.
  • errorsOnly - If true, only display failures and errors. The summary will still show all passing suites and tests.

Example

JSON
{
    "runner": "http://localhost/testbox/system/runners/HTMLRunner.cfm",
    "directory": "/tests",
    "recurse": true
}
ini
runner = http://localhost/testbox/system/runners/HTMLRunner.cfm
directory = /tests
recurse = true

The utility will look in several places for the .testbox-runnerrc file. See the rc documentation for more information on locations searched.

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You can also specify a specific configuration file:

testbox-runner --config /path/to/config/file.json

Command Line Arguments

Simply run the utility and pass the above configuration options prefixed with --.

Example

testbox-runner --runner http://localhost/testbox/system/runners/HTMLRunner.cfm --directory /tests --recurse true

Grunt/Gulp Notes

This utility can be used with grunt-shell to run it via Grunt, however, you will lose the color output. There is another option you can specify --colors which will force the colors.

You can see an example Grunt setup here and an example Gulp setup here (assumes you're using a .testbox-runnerrc file)

install

npm i testbox-runner

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0.4.0

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