Running test suite #30

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bsodmike opened this Issue Sep 13, 2011 · 4 comments

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@bsodmike
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Hi Noam,

How do you install 'all' the dependencies to run your tests? There's like 9 Gemfile's in total (I did it by hand, took a long time too...)? I recall setting up a gemset based on the Gemfile in the gem's root path and the tests died once it started to test rails3_modular (bison missing for mongodb).

Would be handy if we could also update the Rakefile to allow running the tests for a particular app, for example rake sorcery_tests:rails3 or rake sorcery_tests:rails3_modular

@NoamB
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NoamB commented Sep 13, 2011

Hi,
I do it by hand right now,
and I agree it should be automatic.

I'm open to ideas.

On Tue, Sep 13, 2011 at 12:42 PM, Michael de Silva <
reply@reply.github.com>wrote:

Hi Noam,

How do you install 'all' the dependencies to run your tests? There's like 9
Gemfile's in total (I did it by hand, took a long time too...)? I recall
setting up a gemset based on the Gemfile in the gem's root path and the
tests died once it started to test rails3_modular (bison missing for
mongodb).

Would be handy if we could also update the Rakefile to allow running the
tests for a particular app, for example rake sorcery_tests:rails3 or rake sorcery_tests:rails3_modular

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@bsodmike
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I look at implementing this later tonight. Essentially it'll allow selecting what to test from the root Rakefile.

Ooops! Hit close by mistake /facepalm.

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new2 commented Sep 13, 2011

I ended up just installing rails and then running 'bundle' not sure if that's the best way to do it.

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@NoamB
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NoamB commented Oct 15, 2011

It ended up being rather easy.

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