PHPUnit Emoji Result Printer
$ composer require coderabbi/phpumoji --dev
To enable PHPUnit emoji output, add the following two lines to the opening element of your
Usage of PHPUnit is unchanged with coderabbi/phpumoji.
Select a Different Emojiset
If you wish to select an emojiset for PHPUnit emoji output, add the following additional line to the opening element of your
phpunit.xml, specifying your selection:
Create a Custom Emojiset
The default emojiset is 'phpumoji'; currently that is the only emojiset available (soon, grasshopper...
If, however, you wish to create your own emojiset for PHPUnit emoji output, simply place an
.emojifile in your project root and define your emojiset in the following format:
[phpumoji] error = bomb failure = poop incomplete = construction risky= game_die skipped = see_no_evil pass = elephant [weird] error = no_entry failure = red_flag incomplete = question risky= clown skipped = ghost pass = monkey
Note that the values in the emojiset are snake-cased emoji short codes without the opening and closing colons; most existing short codes are supported, a list of supported shortcodes will be added soon.
You may choose to override one or more of the packaged emojisets (as in the case of "phumoji", above, which overrides the default emojiset), or you may define your own (as in the case of "weird", above).
Don't forget to update the opening element of your
emojiset="<your_selection>", just as you would to select one of the non-default packaged emojisets.
The order of precedence is the specified emojiset in
.emojifile, the specified emojiset from the packaged emojisets, the "phpumoji" emojiset from your
.emojifile, and finally the the "phpumoji" emojiset from the packaged emojisets.
Please see CHANGELOG for more information on what has changed recently.
$ composer test
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