Getting Started

Lars Fosdal edited this page Mar 25, 2014 · 10 revisions

This assumes you have already installed the DUnitX Wizard from the DUnitX source code.

Creating your first test

You need a test project, and one or more test units.

Creating a test project

From File|New|Other, select Delphi Projects and DUnitX Project

Adding a test unit

From File|New|Other, select Delphi Projects|Delphi Files and DUnitX Unit

Understanding the test unit

DUnitX uses Attributes and RTTI to identify and instrument a test. A TestFixture identifies your test object. Each test object needs Setup and Teardown methods, as well as Test methods with TestCase specifications. It can also have SetupFixture and TeardownFixture methods, which (Needs editing)

unit Unit1;

interface
uses
  DUnitX.TestFramework;

type

  [TestFixture]
  TMyTestObject = class(TObject)
  public
    [Setup]
    procedure Setup;
    [TearDown]
    procedure TearDown;
    // Sample Methods
    // Simple single Test
    [Test]
    procedure Test1;
    // Test with TestCase Atribute to supply parameters.
    [Test]
    [TestCase('TestA','1,2')]
    [TestCase('TestB','3,4')]
    procedure Test2(const AValue1 : Integer;const AValue2 : Integer);
  end;

implementation

Each test fixture should be registered in the init section of the unit.

initialization
  TDUnitX.RegisterTestFixture(TMyTestObject);
end.
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