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ci4-module-tests

PHPUnit testing scaffold for CodeIgniter 4 modules

Overview

Not a module itself but a testing scaffold for CodeIgniter 4 modules, ci4-module-tests makes it easy to setup PHPUnit tests in your modules.

To read more on Unit Testing in CodeIgniter 4 visit the User Guide.

Installation

Clone or download this repo and place src/tests and src/phpunit.xml.dist in your project root. Add the following lines to composer.json:

	"repositories": [
		{
			"type": "vcs",
			"url": "https://github.com/codeigniter4/CodeIgniter4"
		}
	],
	"minimum-stability": "dev",
	"require-dev": {
		"phpunit/phpunit" : "^7.0",
		"mockery/mockery": "^1.0",
		"codeigniter4/codeigniter4": "dev-develop"
	},
	"autoload-dev": {
		"psr-4": {
			"CIModuleTests\\Support\\": "tests/_support"
		}
	},
	"scripts": {
		"test": "phpunit",
		"post-update-cmd": [
			"composer dump-autoload"
		]
	}

If you are using version tracking you should exclude test results by adding this to .gitignore:

vendor/
build/
phpunit*.xml
phpunit
composer.lock

Examples of composer.json and .gitignore are located in the examples/ folder if you need a starting point.

Updating

As this repo is updated with bugfixes and improvements you will want to update your modules that use it. Because files need to be copied in place manually you will have to handle updates manually by cloning or downloading this repo and merging changed files into your project. "Watch" this repo to be notified of new releases and changes.

Creating Tests

See the docs on Creating Tests.

Running Tests

From your package root run composer install (or composer upgrade) to install all the required support packages, then run composer test to initiate the tests. Test results and code coverage will be written to standard output and formatted log versions will go in build/logs/.

Code Coverage

See the docs on Code Coverage.

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