by Paul Wilson http://merecomplexities.com
Utility to help set up and iPhone project for testing using code from The Google Toolbox for Mac.
Copies google test files into the “google_testing” directory
Creates a UnitTests directory
Adds Rakefile for compiling (via xcode) and reporting test failures (on console and via Growl)
Adds an 'autoiphonetest.rb' file for autotest style running of all tests when a change has been detected.
There are a few more things I'd like this gem to do.
Generation of test stubs
Automatic setup of _Unit Test_ target through XCode (via automation?)
Automatic addition of test files to _Unit Test_ target
From console cd to your project root directory. Type
Unfortunately there are some manual stages needed to add a _Unit Test_ target to your Xcode project. This is based on the Google Toolbox Wiki instructions
Create a new iPhone Target (Cocoa Touch Application) via “Project Menu > New Target…” called “Unit Test”.
Add all the ObjectiveC files that have been copied to your 'google_testing' directory to this target
Add your project files to this target
Add a new 'run script' build phase as the last step of your target build via “Project Menu > New Build Phase > New Run Script Build Phase”, and dragging it to the end of the build steps if needed.
Edit your Run Script Build Phase by double clicking it, and set the shell to “/bin/sh” and the script to “google_testing/RunIPhoneUnitTest.sh”
To autocompile/autorun all tests every time code changes
To compile and run tests if code has changed since the last run
% rake auto:test
To compile and run all tests even if nothing has changed since the last time
% rake auto:test:all
OS X Leopard
XCode 3.1 (containing the iPhone SDK)
Ruby (comes on Leopard)
% sudo gem sources -a http://gems.github.com # (you only need to do this once) % sudo gem install paulanthonywilson-iphone_testify
Contains file taken from The Google Toolbox for Mac. See skeleton/google_testing/GoogleToolboxForMac.license which is also copied into the google_testing directory.
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