If you wish to contribute to Zend Framework, please be sure to read/subscribe to the following resources:
- Coding Standards: http://framework.zend.com/wiki/display/ZFDEV2/Coding+Standards
- ZF Git Guide: README-GIT.md
- Contributor's Guide: http://framework.zend.com/participate/contributor-guide
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If you are working on new features, or refactoring an existing component, please create a proposal. You can do this in on the RFC's page, http://framework.zend.com/wiki/display/ZFDEV2/RFC%27s.
To run tests:
- Make sure you have a recent version of PHPUnit installed; 3.6.0 minimally.
- Enter the
Execute PHPUnit, providing a path to a component directory for which you wish to run tests, or a specific test class file.
% phpunit ZendTest/Http % phpunit ZendTest/Http/Header/EtagTest.php
You may also provide the
--groupswitch; in such cases, provide the top-level component name:
% phpunit --group Zend_Http
This will likely lead to errors, so it's usually best to specify a specific component in which to run test:
% phpunit --group ZF-XYZ Zend/Http
Alternately, use the
run-tests.phpscript. This can be executed with no arguments to run all tests:
% php run-tests.php
You can also provide top-level component names to run tests for individual components or several components at a time. The component name is the the component namespace, without the
% php run-tests Mvc
% php run-tests ModuleManager Mvc View Navigation
You can turn on conditional tests with the TestConfiguration.php file. To do so:
- Enter the
TestConfiguration.phpto enable any specific functionality you want to test, as well as to provide test values to utilize.