Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of DeveloperGuidelines/Testing/EdenTest


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05/16/14 12:40:48 (8 years ago)
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Dominic König
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    1414== Installation guidelines ==
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    16 !RobotEden requires three python packages.
     16!EdenTest requires three python packages.
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    1818* [https://code.google.com/p/robotframework/wiki/Installation robotframework]
     
    3838}}}
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    40 If you have successfully installed the packages, you should be able to run !RobotEden.
     40If you have successfully installed the packages, you should be able to run !EdenTest.
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    4343== Directory structure ==
    4444
    45 Before running !RobotEden, it is important to have a mental picture of the directory structure of !RobotEden and the importance of its sub-directories.
     45Before running !EdenTest, it is important to have a mental picture of the directory structure of !EdenTest and the importance of its sub-directories.
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    4747{{{
     
    8484 * '''testsuites''': Testsuites directory contains all the different testsuites differentiated based on the basis of functionality they test eg: '''hrm'''. Inside each testcase, there is at least one .txt file which contains the testcases.
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    86 == Using !RobotEden ==
     86== Using !EdenTest ==
    8787
    8888=== Start Sahana Eden ===
     
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    107107=== Creating config.py ===
    108 Before running the tests, there has to exist a '''config.py''' file inside the execution directory. It contains the various settings variables that are imported by RobotEden. Copy the config.example.py into config.py by
     108Before running the tests, there has to exist a '''config.py''' file inside the execution directory. It contains the various settings variables that are imported by !EdenTest. Copy the config.example.py into config.py by
    109109[assuming the current working directory is /tests/]
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    116 === Running !RobotEden ===
     116=== Running !EdenTest ===
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    118118Robot Framework test cases are executed from the command line. The command used to run the tests is [http://robotframework.googlecode.com/hg/doc/userguide/RobotFrameworkUserGuide.html?r=2.8.4#all-command-line-options pybot]. The link redirects to the wiki where the command line arguments are documented. You can also use `pybot --help` for the same.