drupal/drupal-extension

Drupal extension for Behat


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The Drupal Extension is an integration layer between Behat, Mink Extension, and Drupal. It provides step definitions for common testing scenarios specific to Drupal sites.

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The Drupal Extension 4.x supports Drupal 6, 7 and 8, utilizes Behat 3.2+ and runs on PHP 5.5+. It is compatible with Symfony components 2.x as well as 3.x so it can be used on Drupal 8.4.x.

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Use it for testing your Drupal site.

If you're new to the Drupal Extension, we recommend starting with the Full documentation

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Quick start

  1. Install using Composer:

    mkdir projectdir
    cd projectdir
    curl -sS https://getcomposer.org/installer | php
    COMPOSER_BIN_DIR=bin php composer.phar require drupal/drupal-extension='~3.0'
  2. In the projectdir, create a file called behat.yml. Below is the minimal configuration. Many more options are covered in the Full documentation

default:
  suites:
    default:
      contexts:
        - Drupal\DrupalExtension\Context\DrupalContext
  extensions:
    Behat\MinkExtension:
      goutte: ~
      base_url: http://example.org/  # Replace with your site's URL
    Drupal\DrupalExtension:
      blackbox: ~
  1. In the projectdir, run

    bin/behat --init
  2. Find pre-defined steps to work with using:

    bin/behat -di
  3. Define your own steps in projectdir\features\FeatureContext.php

  4. Start adding your feature files to the features directory of your repository.

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Additional resources

Examples and code snippets

Release notes

Backwards incompatible changes

Starting with 3.3.0 Behat Drupal Extension depends on Behat 3.2.0 which requires all callbacks to be defined as static methods.

Before 3.3.0:

/**
 * @afterUserCreate
 */
public function afterUserCreate(EntityScope $scope) {
  // ...
}

Starting with 3.3.0:

/**
 * @afterUserCreate
 */
public static function afterUserCreate(EntityScope $scope) {
  // ...
}