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Contributing to Pageflow

See the GitHub wiki for details on how to contribute to Pageflow.

Running the Test Suite

Pageflow expects credentials of a MySQL user in the environment variables $PAGEFLOW_DB_USER AND PAGEFLOW_DB_PASSWORD. By default "root" and the empty password are used. If your MySQL is on a different host, you can specify a MySQL host in the environment variable $PAGEFLOW_DB_HOST and a port in $PAGEFLOW_DB_PORT (default: 3306).

Use the binstubs to invoke the Ruby test suite

$ bin/rspec

or the headless browser based Javascript test suite

$ bin/teaspoon

PhantomJS has to be installed on the system.

The dummy Rails app used for tests is created automatically through the install generator during test runs. To have it regenerated, simply delete the contents of the spec/dummy directory. This is required everytime new migrations are added or if tests are failing after pulling changes into the local working tree.

Pageflow can run its test suite against Rails 4.0 and 4.1 applications. The dummy app is created by a Rails template using the pageflow:install generator. There are two ways to specify the Rails version to develop and test against: Either set $PAGEFLOW_RAILS_VERSION environment variable or create a .rails_version file in the project root containing the Rails version number. The environment variable takes precendence.

Remember to delete the ignored Gemfile.lock and running bundle install after changing the Rails version through either of these methods.