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A test layer for running JavaScript test jobs on a TestSwarm instance

This uses plone.app.testing.layers.PLONE_ZSERVER as a base to start a plone instance. The test job can be configured either from buildout or overridden with shell environment variables. After the job is scheduled the plone instance runs until the timeout is reached. Results are not yet collected from the TestSwarm instance.

How to configure your project to use collective.testswarm

First you will need to set up a testswarm instance: https://github.com/jquery/testswarm

Add a user (e.g. tsuser) and find out the auth key for that user (mysql: select auth from users where name = “tsuser”;). This is the user account that your tests can use for adding test jobs. Use these details in the buildout section described below or pass them as environment variables (uppercase) to the test runner:

$ TS_USER=myuser ./bin/test

your.product/setup.py:

extras_require={
    'test': 'collective.testswarm'
    }

buildout.cfg:

[test]
recipe = zc.recipe.testrunner
eggs = your.product [test]
environment = testswarm-instance

[testswarm-instance]
ts_url = http://testswarm
ts_user = tsuser
ts_auth = asdf1234asdf #select auth from users where name = "tsuser";
ts_job_name = Test collective.testswarm
ts_urls = http://localhost:55555/plone/example-qunit-suite
ts_suites = QUnit example
ts_browsers = popularbeta
ts_max_jobs = 1
ZSERVER_HOST = 55555
ZSERVER_PORT = localhost

How to use the collective.testswarm layer

your.product/your/product/tests/layers.py:

from plone.app.testing import PloneSandboxLayer

from collective.testswarm.layers import TESTSWARM_LAYER

class YourProductLayer(PloneSandboxLayer):
    defaultBases = (TESTSWARM_LAYER, )

    def setUpPloneSite(self, portal):
        self.applyProfile(portal, 'your.product:testswarm')

YOURPRODUCT_LAYER = YourProductLayer()

your.product/your/product/tests/test_swarm.py:

import unittest2 as unittest

from layers import YOURPRODUCT_LAYER


class TestSwarmTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
    layer = YOURPRODUCT_LAYER

    def test_your_product_swarm(self):
        """ You need one test for the testrunner to sniff out
        """

collective.testswarm changelog

0.3 (2011-07-24)

  • Removing the accent from my name in setup.py [cillian]

0.2 (2011-07-24)

  • Nothing changed, just trying to push another release to avoid a UnicodeEncodeError on the author field [cillian]

0.1 (2011-07-24)

  • Initial release, has only been used for running its own tests [cillian]

Contributors

  • Cillian de Roiste (Syslab.com GmbH)
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