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Joomla Testing Robo tasks

Swiss knife for adding automated tests to your Joomla extensions, using Robo.li for task definition.

Installation

  • composer install

Commands

All the included commands have setters and actual functions to be executed (using the previous setters). They are made to be stacked and executed by the robo run() command in the end.

SeleniumStandaloneServer

Allows executing tasks related to a Selenium Server (not included)

####Setters:

  • setBinary($binary): sets the location of the Selenium Server binary file. Default: vendor/bin/selenium-server-standalone
  • setURL($url): sets the URL of the Selenium Server. Default: http://localhost:4444
  • setDebug($debug = true): Sets -debug option for Selenium server when set to true
  • setLogFile($logFile): Defines a single log file for the Selenium server execution. Default: selenium.log
  • setTimeOut($seconds): Sets a timeout to wait for the server to actually run when it's executed. Default: 60

Functions

  • runSelenium(): Runs the selenium server.
  • waitForSelenium(): Waits for the selenium server to run, using the timeout defined in setTimeout
  • killSelenium(): Kills the Selenium Server using the provided URL in setURL (or the default one)

Examples

Setting up the Selenium Server:

$this->taskSeleniumStandaloneServer()
    ->setBinary('<path>/selenium-server-standalone')

    ->runSelenium()
    ->waitForSelenium()

    ->run()
    ->stopOnFail();

Killing the Selenium Server:

$this->taskSeleniumStandaloneServer()

    ->killSelenium()

    ->run();

CMSSetup

Tasks for setting up the CMS to make it available for testing.

Setters

  • setBaseTestsPath($baseTestsPath): sets the path of the tests folder. (required)
  • setCmsRepository($cmsRepository): Sets the Github owner/client combination for the CMS repository to use for cloning. Default: joomla/joomla-cms
  • setCmsPath($cmsPath): Sets the actual path where the CMS will be installed (Apache folder). Default: joomla
  • setCachePath($cachePath): Sets the path where the CMS will be cached. Default: cache
  • setCmsBranch($cmsBranch): Sets the Joomla! branch to clone (based on the repository tags). Default: staging
  • setCmsCache($cmsCacheTime): Sets the CMS cache time (in seconds). Default: 86400
  • setExecuteUser($executeUser): Defines a user to change permissions to, if required.
  • setCertificatesPath($path): Defines a path with the extra certificates to be added to the Joomla install, if needed.

Functions

  • cloneCMSRepository(): Clones the repository given the test folder, cache and repository details.
  • setupCMSPath(): Actually sets up the CMS using the cache.
  • fixPathPermissions(): Fixes any permission problem by setting the owner given in setExecuteUser.
  • setupHtAccess(): Sets up the .htaccess file when invoked
  • appendCertificates(): Appends the certificates using the certificate path. This is needed for some environments like Travis, so Joomla will not have problems installing extra languages.

Examples

Simple set up of Joomla CMS:

$this->taskCMSSetup()
    ->setBaseTestsPath(__DIR__ . '/tests')

    ->cloneCMSRepository()
    ->setupCMSPath()

    ->run()
    ->stopOnFail();

ApplicationSetup

Functions to set up the actual application.

Setters

  • setPackageCommand($packageCommand): Sets the command to be executed for creating a package of the application. Default: gulp release
  • setPackageArgs($packageArgs): Sets the arguments to be sent to the package. Default: --skip-version

Functions

  • packageApplication(): Executes the application packager using the given parameters.

Examples

Packaging the application:

$this->taskApplicationSetup()

    ->packageApplication()

    ->run()
    ->stopOnFail();

Reporting

Methods to report back failures

Setters

  • setCloudinaryCloudName($cloudinaryCloudName): Sets up a Cloudinary cloud to have error images uploaded.
  • setCloudinaryApiKey($cloudinaryApiKey): Sets up the Cloudinary API key.
  • setCloudinaryApiSecret($cloudinaryApiSecret): Sets up the Cloudinary API secret.
  • setImagesToUpload($images): Sets an array of images to be uploaded by Cloudinary
  • setFolderImagesToUpload($path): Sets a full folder with images to be uploaded by Cloudinary
  • setGithubToken($githubToken): Sets up the Github token to make reporting errors done to the Github Pull Request.
  • setGithubRepo($githubRepo): Sets the owner/repo combination of the Github repository.
  • setGithubPR($githubPR): Sets the number of the Github Pull Request.
  • setUploadedImagesURLs($uploadedImagesURLs): When not using Cloudinary, allows setting up the array of image URLs to be appended to the comment in the PR.
  • setGithubCommentBody($githubCommentBody): Sets the error message to be sent to Github. If there are any uploaded image URLs (or generated by Cloudinary) they will be appended at the end.

Functions

  • publishCloudinaryImages(): Executes the actual push of the images to Cloudinary, and sets them up to be appended it to the PR comment when invoking the task.
  • publishGithubCommentToPR(): Comments in Github, using the comment body and optionally the uploaded image URLs.

Examples

Actual reporting done to a Github PR, including an image:

$this->taskReporting()
    ->setCloudinaryCloudName('<cloud>')
    ->setCloudinaryApiKey('<api key>')
    ->setCloudinaryApiSecret('<api secret>')
    ->setGithubToken('<github token>')
    ->setGithubRepo('<owner/repo>')
    ->setGithubPR('<PR #>')
    ->setImagesToUpload([
        '/path/to/image',
        '/path/to/image'
    [)
    ->setGithubCommentBody('<Error comment>')

    ->publishCloudinaryImages()
    ->publishGithubCommentToPR()

    ->run()
    ->stopOnFail();

CodeChecks

Performs included code tests

Setters

  • setBaseRepositoryPath($baseRepositoryPath): Sets up the base repository path where tests will be executed. Required
  • setParseErrorsCheckFolders($parseErrorsCheckFolders): Array of folders to check for parse errors in.
  • setPhpExecutable($phpExecutable): Sets the php executable command. Default: php
  • setDebugLeftoversFolders($debugLeftoversFolders): Sets the folders to check for debug leftovers
  • setCodeStyleStandardsFolder($codeStyleStandardsFolder): Sets the folder where code style definitions are going to be downloaded/stored (using the repository).
  • setCodeStyleStandardsRepo($codeStyleStandardsRepo): Sets the Github repository (owner/repo) with code style definitions, to download it. Default: joomla/coding-standards
  • setCodeStyleStandardsBranch($codeStyleStandardsBranch): Branch of the coding standards repository to use. Default: master
  • setCodeStyleCheckFolders($codeStyleCheckFolders): Folders to perform the code style check in.
  • setCodeStyleExcludedPaths($codeStyleExcludedPaths): Array of paths (files/folders/path patterns) to exclude from the code style checking.

Functions

  • checkForParseErrors(): Performs the parse error checking.
  • checkForDebugLeftovers(): Performs the debug leftovers check, to look for var_dump or console_log leftovers.
  • checkCodeStyle(): Performs the code style checking (phpcs), by downloading the standards from Github.

Examples

Executing parse errors check

$this->taskCodeChecks()
    ->setBaseRepositoryPath(<base repository path>)
    ->setParseErrorsCheckFolders(<array of folders to check>)
    ->checkForParseErrors()
    ->run();

Debug leftovers check

$this->taskCodeChecks()
    ->setBaseRepositoryPath(<base repository path>)
    ->setDebugLeftoversFolders(<array of folders to check>)
    ->checkForDebugLeftovers()
    ->run();

Code style check

$this->taskCodeChecks()
    ->setBaseRepositoryPath(<base repository path>)
    ->setCodeStyleCheckFolders(<array of folders to check>)
    ->checkCodeStyle()
    ->run();