oprudkyi/codeception-events-scripting

The Codeception extension for automatically running shell scripts on codeception events

v2.0.0 2020-03-10 01:18 UTC

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oprudkyi/codeception-events-scripting The Codeception extension for automatically running shell scripts on codeception events.

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About

Run shell scripts on codeception's events - before/after tests/suites (like db seeding, stopping-running additional software etc.) Inspired by Phantoman extension for Codeception, though allow to run anything in more generic way.

Minimum Requirements

  • Codeception 2.1.0
  • PHP 5.5

Installation

This project can be installed via Composer. To get the latest version, simply add the following line to the require block of your composer.json file:

{
    "require-dev": {
            "oprudkyi/codeception-events-scripting": "*"
    }

}

You'll then need to run composer install or composer update to download the package and have the autoloader updated.

Or run the following command:

    composer require oprudkyi/codeception-events-scripting --dev

Configuration

Enable extension in the codeception.yml and write commands. Next events are supported:

  • BeforeAll - run before tests on every "codecept run"
  • AfterAll - run after all tests
  • BeforeSuite - run before each suite (use 'suites' array to run only for selected suites)
  • AfterSuite - run after each suite (use 'suites' array to run only for selected suites)

supported next attributes:

  • command - command line to run (for one-liners you can write command directly)
  • description - echoed before command
  • params - additional params for command
  • ignoreErrors - don't break testing if command fails (failed or retval != 0)
  • suites - single name or array of suites to run command for (applied to base name, like 'acceptance' as well to long name 'acceptance (phantom, firefox)')
  • environments - single name or array of environments
  • platforms - single name or array of platforms (uses PHP_OS constant, i.e. the platform where PHP was built, check here for details)
extensions:
    enabled:
        - Codeception\Extension\EventsScripting
    config:
        Codeception\Extension\EventsScripting:
            BeforeAll:
                - command: echo "Before All"
                - command: echo "Before All with Description"
                  description: Description of command
                - echo "Before All single line"
                - command: echo 
                  params: "Before All Params"
                  description: Before All with Params
                - command: "false"
                  description: BeforeAll. fail on run but ignore errors
                  ignoreErrors: true
            AfterAll:
                - command: echo "After All"
                - command: uname
                  description: Platform *nx-like
                  platforms: [darwin, linux, bsd, unix]
                - command: ver
                  description: Platform Windows
                  platforms: windows
            BeforeSuite:
                - command: echo "Before acceptance suite"
                  suites: ['acceptance']
                - command: echo "Before any suite"
                - command: echo "Before acceptance suite, phantom environment"
                  suites: ['acceptance']
                  environments: phantom
                - command: echo "Before acceptance suite, phantom,chrome environments"
                  suites: ['acceptance']
                  environments: ['phantom', 'chrome']
            AfterSuite:
                - command: echo "After acceptance suite"
                  suites: 'acceptance'
                - command: echo "After any suite"

Real example (start/stop mailcatcher and seed db):

        Codeception\Extension\EventsScripting:
          BeforeAll:
              - command: ./artisan db:seed-test --env=testing
                description: Reset db and seed
          BeforeSuite:
              - command: GEM_HOME=vendor/ruby vendor/ruby/bin/mailcatcher --ip 127.0.0.1 --smtp-port 11031 --http-port 11091
                suites: 'acceptance' 
                description: Start mailcatcher
          AfterSuite:
              - command: curl -s -X DELETE http://127.0.0.1:11091
                suites: 'acceptance' 
                description: Stop mailcatcher
                ignoreErrors: true

Testing

cd sample
composer install -n --prefer-source
cd ../test
composer install -n --prefer-source
./vendor/bin/codecept run

Contribute

This package is (yet) under development and refactoring but is ready for production. Please, feel free to comment, contribute and help. I will be happy to get some help to deliver tests.

License

Codeception's events scripting is licensed under The MIT License (MIT).