Skip to content
This repository

HTTPS clone URL

Subversion checkout URL

You can clone with HTTPS or Subversion.

Download ZIP

This branch is 2 commits ahead and 1 commit behind master

Fetching latest commit…

Cannot retrieve the latest commit at this time

README.md

Tests

To bootstrap for the jackrabbit tests, see the wiki page

There are two kind of tests. The folder tests/phpcr-api contains the phpcr-api-tests suite to test against the specification. This is what you want to look at when using jackalope as a PHPCR implementation.

The folder tests/Jackalope contains unit tests for the jackalope implementation. You should only need those if you want to debug jackalope itself or implement new features. Again, make sure you have the test workspace in jackrabbit.

There is one bootstrap and one phpunit file per backend implementation. The additional classes required to bootstrap the tests are found in inc/ Utility code is placed in bin/ and lib/.

The phpunit_*.xml.dist are configured to run all tests. You can limit the tests to run by specifying the path to those tests to phpunit.

Note that the phpcr-api tests are skipped for features not implemented in jackalope. Have a look at the tests/inc/*ImplementationLoader.php files to see which features are skipped for what backend.

Some notes on the jackalope-jackrabbit api testing.

Using JackrabbitFixtureLoader for load your own fixtures

Note that the best would be to implement the Session::importXML method

Until this happens, you can use the class JackrabbitFixtureLoader found in inc/JackrabbitFixtureLoader.php to import fixtures in the JCR XML formats. It relies on jack.jar. The class can be plugged in Symfony2 autoload mechanism through autoload.php, which can be used to feed a MapFileClassLoader instance. E.g:

$phpcr_loader = new MapFileClassLoader(
    __DIR__.'/../vendor/doctrine-phpcr-odm/lib/vendor/jackalope/inc/JackrabbitFixtureLoader.php'
);
$phpcr_loader->register();

Note on JCR

It would be nice if we were able to run the relevant parts of the JSR-283 Technology Compliance Kit (TCK) against php implementations. Note that we would need to have some glue for things that look different in PHP than in Java, like the whole topic of Value and ValueFactory. https://jira.liip.ch/browse/JACK-24

Once we manage to do that, we could hopefully also use the performance test suite https://jira.liip.ch/browse/JACK-23

Something went wrong with that request. Please try again.