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Donut is an open-source framework by the teams at MagenTys & Mechanical Rock and is designed to produce clear and concise test execution reports of your unit, integration and acceptance tests. Donut currently supports any tool that produces cucumber JSON (i.e. cucumber-jvm etc.). For other frameworks like SpecFlow, JUnit, NUnit, RSpec you can use the adapters listed below to generate cucumber JSON, which can then be processed by donut.

Live Demos => Only Scenarios   Scenarios and Unit Tests   Scenarios and Orphaned Unit Tests   Only Unit Tests


You can either use Donut directly or check out the available plugins:

Release Notes

See what's new here



or download the latest release from: here

run from command line

java -jar donut-<Version>.jar -s cucumber:/my/path/cucumber-reports -n myProjectName


java -jar donut-<Version>.jar -s cucumber:/my/path/cucumber-reports,cucumber:/my/unit-test-reports -n myProjectName


java -jar donut-<Version>.jar -s /my/path/cucumber-reports,/my/unit-test-reports -n myProjectName


-n or --projectName is a mandatory parameter, and it should be the name of the project.
-s or --resultSources is a mandatory parameter, and it should be a comma separated list of the paths to the directories that hold the result files optionally prefixed with a format. The format defaults to cucumber.

Other parameters can also be specified as below:

Donut help
Usage: Donut reports [options]

  -s <value> | --resultSources <value>
        Use --resultSources cucumber:/my/path/cucumber-reports,cucumber:/my/adapted/nunit-reports
  -o <value> | --outputPath <value>
        Use --outputPath /my/path/output/donut
  -p <value> | --prefix <value>
        Use --prefix fileNamePrefix
  -d <value> | --datetime <value>
        Use --datetime yyyy-MM-dd-HHmm
  -t <value> | --template <value>
        Use --template default/light
  --skippedFails <value>
        Use --skippedFails true/false
  --pendingFails <value>
        Use --pendingFails true/false
  --undefinedFails <value>
        Use --undefinedFails true/false
  --missingFails <value>
        Use --missingFails true/false
  -n <value> | --projectName <value>
        Use --projectName myProject
  -v <value> | --projectVersion <value>
        Use --projectVersion 1.0
  -c <value> | --customAttributes <value>
        Use --customAttributes k1=v1,k2=v2...

default values:

  • outputPath : by default a donut folder will be generated
  • prefix : the generated file is donut-report.html, however you can specify prefix i.e. myproject-
  • datetime : refers to the start time of your execution. If not specified by the user reports will use now
  • template : donut supports 2 themes, default and light. default is the default value

Use as a dependency

  • Maven
  • SBT
libraryDependencies += "report.donut" % "donut" % "1.2.2"
  • Gradle
compile 'report.donut:donut:1.2.2'

Example usage of the Generator

ReportConsole report = 
       Generator.apply(resultSources, outputPath, filePrefix, timestamp, template, countSkippedAsFailure,         
       countPendingAsFailure, countUndefinedAsFailure, countMissingAsFailure, projectName, projectVersion, customAttributes);

This will create a html report at the outputPath and will return a ReportConsole output object:

allFeatures: List[Feature]
allTags: List[ReportTag]
totalFeatures: Int
numberOfPassedFeatures: Int
numberOfFailedFeatures: Int
totalScenarios: Int
numberOfPassedScenarios: Int
numberOfFailedScenarios: Int
totalSteps: Int
numberOfPassedSteps: Int
numberOfFailedSteps: Int
numberOfSkippedSteps: Int
numberOfPendingSteps: Int
numberOfUndefinedSteps: Int
duration: String
buildFailed: Boolean

Build from source


run from sbt

sbt "run-main report.donut.Boot -s cucumber:/my/path/cucumber-reports -n myProjectName"


  • JQuery
  • Bootstrap
  • Highcharts
  • handlebars-scala

Road map

We currently have plans to support:

  • jasmine
  • rspec (With the support available for JUnit, you can use this JUnit adapter for rspec -, to generate JUnit xmls, which can then be adapted to JSONs using the donut-junit-adapter
  • jbehave


  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request


This project is under an MIT license

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