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Behat Installation and Use

Part 1: Initial setup

Composer

The easiest way to install behat is with composer, so make sure it's installed.

brew install composer

Behat

  1. copy composer.json to the place where you want to run it. This could be a project-specific directory or it could be common scripts location. Either /projects/PROJECTNAME/behat or ~/behat will work.

  2. Run composer install in the directory that contains composer.json.

  3. Confirm that it is installed by running bin/behat.

Selenium

  1. Go to http://selenium-release.storage.googleapis.com/index.html and select the folder of the latest release.

  2. Download selenium-server-standalone-LATEST-VERSION.jar.

  3. Place it wherever you like. Probably makes sense be system level rather than project level.

  4. Confirm that it works by running in a new terminal session: java -jar PATH-TO-SELENIUM.jar There should be a message like "RemoteWebDriver instances should connect to: http://127.0.0.1:4444/wd/hub". Confirm that that page loads. Quit by using CTRL-C in terminal.

Part 2: Set up some tests and run them

  1. Copy the features directory to your behat installation.
  2. Copy behat.yml to your behat installation, and edit the base_url setting.
  3. Start selenium. java -jar PATH-TO-SELENIUM.jar
  4. Run any of the following:
    • bin/behat features/contact_form.feature (tests the one feature)
    • bin/behat features (runs all tests in the features directory)
    • bin/behat (runs all tests that behat can find.)

Tips and further reading.

Examples