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Flexibly run tests #397

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danielbachhuber commented Aug 1, 2014

Another pass at #274

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Ultimately, this PR does a few things:

  1. Allows tests to be run from any WordPress install, in addition to the current approach of having the plugin installed to a WordPress.org Develop checkout.
  2. Offload WordPress test setup for Travis to a bash script that can be run locally.
  3. Run test suite against multisite.
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danielbachhuber commented Aug 1, 2014

Ultimately, this PR does a few things:

  1. Allows tests to be run from any WordPress install, in addition to the current approach of having the plugin installed to a WordPress.org Develop checkout.
  2. Offload WordPress test setup for Travis to a bash script that can be run locally.
  3. Run test suite against multisite.
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Lo and behold, the tests currently fail on multisite!

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danielbachhuber commented Aug 1, 2014

Lo and behold, the tests currently fail on multisite!

@rmccue rmccue added this to the 1.2 milestone Aug 4, 2014

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@rmccue rmccue merged commit 4bb01f3 into WP-API:master Aug 5, 2014

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