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README.md

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Spock Framework

Spock is a developer testing and specification framework for Java and Groovy applications. To learn more about Spock, visit http://spockframework.org. To run a sample spec in your browser, go to http://webconsole.spockframework.org.

Latest Versions

The latest release version is 1.1-rc-2 (1.1-groovy-2.0-rc-2, 1.1-groovy-2.3-rc-2, 1.1-groovy-2.4-rc-2), released on 2016-06-29. The current development version is 1.1-SNAPSHOT (1.1-groovy-2.0-SNAPSHOT, 1.1-groovy-2.3-SNAPSHOT, 1.1-groovy-2.4-SNAPSHOT).

Releases are available from Maven Central. Development snapshots are available from Sonatype OSS.

Modules

  • spock-core -- Core framework. This is the only mandatory module.
  • spock-specs -- Specifications for spock-core, implemented using Spock. Not required for using Spock.
  • spock-spring -- Integration with the Spring TestContext Framework.
  • spock-tapestry -- Integration with the Tapestry 5 IoC container.
  • spock-guice -- Integration with Guice 2/3.
  • spock-unitils -- Integration with Unitils.
  • spock-report -- Interactive, business-friendly HTML reports.

Building

Supported versions

Spock is supported for Java version 6, 7, and 8. Spock is supported for Groovy version 2.0 (Not supported for Java 8+), 2.3, 2.4

The tests are testing spock with a specific versions (variants) of groovy. Default is groovy version 2.4

The groovy 2.4 variant should pass on all supported JDK versions:

./gradlew clean build

(Windows: gradlew clean build). All build dependencies, including the build tool itself, will be downloaded automatically (unless already present).

If you are using JDK 6 or 7 you can specify groovy version 2.0 with using -Dvariant=2.0 and it should pass as well:

./gradlew clean build -Dvariant=2.0

Contributing

Contributions are welcome! Please see the contributing page for detailed instructions.

Support

If you have any comments or questions, please direct them to the user forum. All feedback is appreciated!

Links

Live Long And Prosper!

The Spock Framework Team