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README.TXT

GAEUnit: Google App Engine Unit Test Framework

Version 1.2.8

http://code.google.com/p/gaeunit

Copyright (c) 2008-2009 George Lei and Steven R. Farley.  All rights reserved.


SUMMARY

GAEUnit is a unit test framework that helps to automate testing of your Google App Engine application. With a single configuration (it can be completed within 30 seconds), your unit tests can be run in the real GAE app server environment. The results will be sent to web browser as an HTML web page.
 
GAEUnit is simple. It contains only one file, gaeunit.py. Just copy that file into your application directory, add the test URL to app.yaml, you can start testing your apps for Google App Engine. 


WHAT'S NEW

1.2.8
  * Fix the issue of local variable reference problem in App Engine production environment (issue #18).
1.2.7
  * Be compatible with GAE SDK 1.2.1
1.2.6
  * Can set alternate test directory with _LOCAL_TEST_DIR variable.
  * Bug fixes.


INSTALLATION

  1. Copy gaeunit.py into your web app root directory (the directory containing app.yaml).  

  2. Modify 'app.yaml' by adding the following mapping below the 'handlers:' section:

     - url: /test.*
       login: admin  # This is important if you deploy the test directory in production!
       script: gaeunit.py


WRITING TESTS

When writing your test code, please follow the Python unit test coding conventions (http://docs.python.org/lib/writing-tests.html). Here are some simple rules:
  * All test modules should be named like 'test_xxx'. (This is not strictly necessary for GAEUnit.)
  * All test classes must extend unittest.TestCase
  * All test functions name must be in the format of 'testXxx'

Put your test modules under the 'test' directory. The structure of your web app files should look like the following:

     guestbook/
         |---- app.yaml
         |---- guestbook.py
         |---- another_mod.py
         |---- test/
                 |---- test_guestbook.py
                 |---- test_another_mod.py
                 
By default all modules in the 'test' directory will be searched for TestCase classes.  If you prefer to organize your tests differently, you can save them as packages with the addition of an '_init_.py' file, like this:

    guestbook/
        |---- app.yaml
        |---- guestbook.py
        |---- another_mod.py
        |---- packaged_tests/
                |---- __init__.py
                |---- test_guestbook.py
                |---- test_another_mod.py

'__init__.py' must contain a line like the following which explicitly lists all test modules:

    __all__ = ['test_guestbook', 'test_another_mod'] 

Note that certain options are not available when tests are packaged this way.  For example, you cannot specify the name of a single test class or method to run with the 'name' URL parameter.  It is recommended that all tests are saved under the default 'test' directory.


RUNNING TESTS

  1. Launch 'dev_appserver.py' or the App Engine Launcher user interface.

  2. Type http://localhost:8080/test into the location bar of your browser. (Change the port if necessary.)  All tests under the 'test' directory will be run concurrently.  Test failures and errors will be reported as they occur.

There are a few options for running tests.  These are set using the URL parameters defined below:

  name: runs a specific test module, class, or method

    Examples:
        http://localhost:8080/test?name=test_module
        http://localhost:8080/test?name=test_module.ClassTest
        http://localhost:8080/test?name=test_module.ClassTest.testMethod

  package: runs all tests in a package

    Example:
        http://localhost:8080/test?package=test_package


  format: sets the content type of the test result. The value can be 'html' for HTML format (the default) or 'plain' for plain text format.

    Example:
        http://localhost:8080/test?format=plain