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A TAP producer that integrates with existing ExUnit tests via an ExUnit formatter

Spout provides a simple way to generate TAP output without having to modify existing test code.

Installation

Add Spout as a test dependency in your project:

def deps do
  [{:spout, "~> 1.0.0"}]
end

Usage

Add Spout as a ExUnit formatter in your test/test_helper.exs file:

ExUnit.configure formatters: [Spout]
ExUnit.start()

If you want to keep using the default formatter alongside Spout your test/test_helper.exs file should look like this:

ExUnit.configure formatters: [Spout, ExUnit.CLIFormatter]
ExUnit.start()

Options

Spout accepts one option that you can set in your config.exs file:

  • file (binary) - defaults to printing to STDOUT if this option is not specified. This is the file TAP output will be written to.

Example configuration:

config :spout,
  file: "tap_output.tap"

Sample Output

TAP version 13
ok 1 test passing test
not ok 2 test failing test
ok 3 test description
not ok 4 test todo test # TODO
ok 5 test skip test # SKIP
ok 6 test diagnostic test
1..6

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TODO

  • Sort output. It currently outputs test result lines in the same random order the test were run in. I think we can sort on filename and line number.
  • Add color

Known Issues

No known issues.

Contributing

Feel free to create an issue or pull request on GitHub (https://github.com/Stratus3D/spout/issues) if you find a bug or see something that could be improved.

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