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Commits on May 22, 2012
  1. @hyperthunk

    Support ct_run using short name

    hyperthunk authored
    Not every system under test can be run with long names, and this makes
    rebar's common_test support useless in those environments, as it
    currently uses long names (test@hostname.domain) by default, without
    recourse to change them.
    
    This patch adds support for a {ct_use_short_names, boolean()} config
    variable, which allows the user to specify whether short or long names
    are required.
Commits on Dec 28, 2011
  1. @hyperthunk @tuncer

    Add support for customising common test directory

    hyperthunk authored tuncer committed
    This patch allows users to specify the directory in which common_test
    source files can be found. Most common_test suites are integration,
    rather than unit tests and keeping the sources apart from test sources
    for other frameworks such as eunit and PropEr is a useful feature.
Commits on Aug 29, 2011
  1. @hyperthunk @tuncer

    Load plugins dynamically from source

    hyperthunk authored tuncer committed
    This patch updates rebar_core to look for missing plugins (i.e. those
    that aren't found on the code path at runtime) in a configurable
    plugin directory, and dynamically compile and load them at runtime.
    
    By default, the directory "plugins" is searched, although this can be
    overriden by setting the plugin_dir in your rebar.config.
Commits on Apr 6, 2011
  1. @hyperthunk @tuncer

    Pass extra params to ct (thanks Mickael Remond)

    hyperthunk authored tuncer committed
    This patch adds a `ct_extra_params` option to rebar.config, the value
    of which is appended to the shell command when executing common test.
Commits on Mar 12, 2011
  1. @hyperthunk @tuncer

    Add pre and post script support for all commands

    hyperthunk authored tuncer committed
    This change makes it possible to assign pre/post scripts to all
    rebar commands. This allows users fine grained control over
    when scripts and/or shell commands should be executed, where such
    extensions are absolutely needed.
    
    Several examples have been added to the rebar.config.sample file.
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