Make the JUnit and Jetbrains provided TeamCity formatters work with opal-rspec
opal-rspec-formatter to your Gemfile:
Use in your application
Now on the command line, supply the SPEC_OPTS environment variable. Example:
SPEC_OPTS="--require opal/rspec/formatters/junit --format Opal::RSpec::Formatters::Junit" rake
If you omit either of these settings, the default opal-rspec formatter will be used (TextFormatter)
# TeamCity/RubyMine will normally add all this for you and all you need to do is run your Rake task within its environment RUBYLIB="/Applications/RubyMine.app/Contents/rb/testing/patch/bdd:/Applications/RubyMine.app/Contents/rb/testing/patch/common" SPEC_OPTS="--require teamcity/spec/runner/formatter/teamcity/formatter --format Spec::Runner::Formatter::TeamcityFormatter" rake
This GEM will look for anything on the load path that matches patch/common or patch/bdd and add it to the Opal path for you. It will also change the formatter class from the stock one (Spec::Runner::Formatter::TeamcityFormatter) to Opal::RSpec::Formatters::TeamCity automatically. If these items change, you can supply 'append_exp_from_load_path' in SPEC_OPTS to specify different expressions for locating the TeamCity/RubyMine files in the load path.
In order to avoid distributing a copy of the TeamCity formatter, we only include the patches here.
This GEM currently includes a JUnit XML formatter and patches to make the TeamCity/Rubymine runner work, but you can use any formatter you can get working with Opal.
- Tested on Opal 0.8, Opal 0.9/master and a branch of opal-rspec (see Gemfile)
- Right now, the XML is just echo'ed to the console. A wrapper task is planned that will write the XML to a file for you.
- The formatter must be on the Opal load path. If it's not, you'll need to append_paths when you define your Rake task (see opal-rspec info)
- Of the various SPEC_OPTS possibilities RSpec supports, only --require and --format are supported with this GEM
- Does not support output capturing
- Tweaks how example start/finish reporting works in order to work better with implicit subjects (see https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/RUBY-15519). The side effect is that although test durations will be correct, the test start event is not reported until the test finishes.
Install required gems at required versions:
$ bundle install
A simple rake task should run the example specs in
$ bundle exec rake
Authors: Brady Wied
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