bex/behat-choose-tests

Extension for behat to allow you to interactively choose tests to run

1.0.0 2018-05-28 09:34 UTC

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Last update: 2019-12-29 05:10:38 UTC


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Behat-ChooseTestsExtension allows you to interactively choose tests to run.

Installation

Install by adding to your composer.json:

composer require --dev bex/behat-choose-tests

Configuration

Enable the extension in behat.yml like this:

default:
  extensions:
    Bex\Behat\ChooseTestsExtension: ~

Usage

Choose Suite

Run behat with --choose-suite option to interactively choose a suite to run:

  1. it will not show the suite-chooser

    • if you are running behat with --no-interaction option
    • if you already specified the suite with the --suite option
    • if you have only 1 suite
  2. it will allow you to choose All suite or a specific suite. Multiple choice is not allowed yet.

Example output:

foo@bar:~$ bin/behat --choose-suite

 Choose suite:

  [0] All
  [1] First Suite
  [2] Second Suite
 > 

Choose Feature

Run behat with --choose-feature option to interactively choose a feature to run:

  1. it will not show the feature-chooser

    • if you are running behat with --no-interaction option
    • if you already specified the feature with passing the <paths> argument (e.g. bin/behat features/my_awesome.feature)
    • if you have only 1 feature
  2. it will allow you to choose All feature or a specific feature. Multiple choice is not allowed yet.

  3. it list all features or the features in the given suite if you already selected a suite with --suite or --choose-suite.

Example output:

foo@bar:~$ bin/behat --choose-feature

 Choose feature:

  [0] All
  [1] First feature (features/first.feature)
  [2] Second feature (features/second.feature)
  [3] Third feature (features/third.feature)
  [4] Forth feature (features/forth.feature)
 >  
foo@bar:~$ bin/behat --suite="firstsuite" --choose-feature

 Choose feature:

  [0] All
  [1] First feature (features/first.feature)
  [2] Second feature (features/second.feature)
 > 

Choose Scenario

Run behat with --choose-scenario option to interactively choose a scenario to run:

  1. it will not show the scenario-chooser

    • if you are running behat with --no-interaction option
    • if you already specified the scenario with passing the <paths> argument and specifying a line number (e.g. bin/behat features/my_awesome.feature:3)
    • if you have only 1 scenario
  2. it will allow you to choose All scenario or a specific scenario. Multiple choice is not allowed yet.

  3. it list all scenarios or the scenarios in the given suite and feature if you already specified those. (Note that you can specify the suite with --suite or --chose-suite and you can specify the feature by passing the <paths> argument or using the --choose-feature option)

Example output:

foo@bar:~$ bin/behat --suite="firstsuite" --choose-scenario

 Choose scenario:

  [0] All
  [1] First scenario (features/first.feature:3)
  [2] Second scenario (features/first.feature:8)
  [3] Third scenario (features/first.feature:13)
  [4] First scenario (features/second.feature:3)
  [5] Second scenario (features/second.feature:8)
  [6] Third scenario (features/second.feature:13)
 > 
foo@bar:~$ bin/behat features/first.feature --choose-scenario

 Choose scenario:

  [0] All
  [1] First scenario (features/first.feature:3)
  [2] Second scenario (features/first.feature:8)
  [3] Third scenario (features/first.feature:13)
 > 

Choose Tests

Run behat with --choose-tests option to interactively choose tests to run. It will simply enable all above choosers so --choose-tests is equivalent to --choose-suite --choose--feature --choose-scenario.

Example output:

foo@bar:~$ bin/behat --choose-tests

 Choose suite:

  [0] All
  [1] firstsuite
  [2] secondsuite
 > 1

 Choose feature:

  [0] All
  [1] First feature (features/first.feature)
  [2] Second feature (features/second.feature)
 > 1

 Choose scenario:

  [0] All
  [1] First scenario (features/first.feature:3)
  [2] Second scenario (features/first.feature:8)
  [3] Third scenario (features/first.feature:13)
 > 1

Feature: First feature

  Scenario: First scenario      # features/first.feature:3
    Given I have a few things   # FeatureContext::iHaveAFewThings()
    When I do whatever          # FeatureContext::iDoWhatever()
    Then I should see something # FeatureContext::iShouldSeeSomething()

1 scenario (1 passed)
3 steps (3 passed)
0m0.03s (7.85Mb)