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The purpose of this repository is to ensure a given branch of the Pantheon WordPress Upstream is fully functional on Pantheon infrastructure. This is used as a part of Pantheon's automated WordPress updating process.
On a high level, here's how it works:
- A new CircleCI job is initiated through a cron job, or when a push is made against the WordPress upstream.
- The job environment defines three important environment variables:
TERMINUS_TOKEN- A machine token used for creating and deleting site environments on Pantheon. Because this token is meant to be kept secret, the value is set in the CircleCI admin, and not tracked in
TERMINUS_SITE- An existing Pantheon site to be used for running the test suite. This site must support multidev, and the
TERMINUS_TOKENmust be able to create and delete environments for this site.
TERMINUS_ENV- A unique name for the multidev branch to be created, to prevent collisions between jobs.
- CircleCI installs Terminus, an interface for programmatically interacting with Pantheon.
- The test suite runs in three steps:
prepare.sh- Prepares the Pantheon site environment to have the test suite run against it. Preparation includes:
- Creating the site environment using Terminus.
test.sh- Runs the Behat test suite against the created environment.
cleanup.sh- Cleans up after the test suite has completed. Cleanup includes:
- Deleting the site environment using Terminus.
And that's it!
Need to improve this test runner in some way? You can clone the repository locally and run it against any Pantheon site.
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING VERY CAREFULLY.
BY FORCE PUSHING AGAINST
TERMINUS_ENV AND ERASING THE DATABASE, THIS TEST RUNNER IRREVOCABLY DAMAGES YOUR PANTHEON SITE. USE ONLY WITH A SINGLE-USE, "THROWAWAY" SITE. DO NOT USE WITH ANY PANTHEON SITE THAT CANNOT BE DELETED.
With the warning out of the way, here's how you can use the test runner locally.
First, make sure Terminus is installed and authenticated:
composer global require pantheon-systems/terminus terminus auth login --machine-token=<secret-token>
Then, you can clone and use the test runner:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:pantheon-systems/pantheon-wordpress-upstream-tests.git cd pantheon-wordpress-upstream-tests export TERMINUS_SITE=wordpress-upstream export TERMINUS_ENV=test-1 export WORDPRESS_ADMIN_USERNAME=pantheon export WORDPRESS_ADMIN_PASSWORD="$(openssl rand -hex 8)" ./prepare.sh ./test.sh ./cleanup.sh
Feel free to open an issue with any questions you may have.