module Buildr::TestFramework

The underlying test framework used by TestTask. To add a new test framework, extend TestFramework::Base and add your framework using:

Buildr::TestFramework << MyFramework

Public Class Methods

Alias for: add
add(framework) click to toggle source

Adds a test framework to the list of supported frameworks.

For example:

Buildr::TestFramework << Buildr::JUnit
# File lib/buildr/core/test.rb, line 49
def add(framework)
  @frameworks ||= []
  @frameworks |= [framework]
Also aliased as: <<
frameworks() click to toggle source

Returns a list of available test frameworks.

# File lib/buildr/core/test.rb, line 56
def frameworks
  @frameworks ||= []
has?(name) click to toggle source

Returns true if the specified test framework exists.

# File lib/buildr/core/test.rb, line 26
def has?(name)
  frameworks.any? { |framework| framework.to_sym == name.to_sym }
select(name) click to toggle source

Select a test framework by its name.

# File lib/buildr/core/test.rb, line 31
def select(name)
  frameworks.detect { |framework| framework.to_sym == name.to_sym }
select_from(project) click to toggle source

Identify which test framework applies for this project.

# File lib/buildr/core/test.rb, line 36
def select_from(project)
  # Look for a suitable test framework based on the compiled language,
  # which may return multiple candidates, e.g. JUnit and TestNG for Java.
  # Pick the one used in the parent project, if not, whichever comes first.
  candidates = { |framework| framework.applies_to?(project) }
  parent = project.parent
  parent && candidates.detect { |framework| framework.to_sym == parent.test.framework } || candidates.first