testrepository 0.0.14

A repository of test results

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What's new in testrepository 0.0.3:

  • This version adds the 'testr run' workflow, which permits a tight loop around test failures, with testr tracking the failures, while still allowing you to run only some tests - and can by default run only the failing tests.
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DEVELOPED BY:
Robert Collins
HOMEPAGE:
launchpad.net
CATEGORY:
ROOT \ Programming \ Version Control
testrepository provides a database of test results which can be used as part of developer workflow to ensure/check things like:

 * No commits without having had a test failure, test fixed cycle.
 * No commits without new tests being added.
 * What tests have failed since the last commit (to run just a subset).
 * What tests are currently failing and need work.

Test results are inserted using subunit (and thus anything that can output subunit or be converted into a subunit stream can be accepted).

A mailing list for discussion, usage and development is at https://launchpad.net/~testrepository-dev - all are welcome to join. Some folk hang out on #testrepository on irc.freenode.net.

CI for the project is at http://build.robertcollins.net/job/testrepository-default/.

Quick Start

Create a repository::

testr init

Load a test run into the repository::

testr load < testrun

Query the repository::

testr stats $ testr last $ testr failing

Delete a repository::

testr delete

Documentation

More detailed documentation including design and implementation details, a user manual, and guidelines for development of Test Repository itself can be found in the doc/ directory.

Last updated on September 14th, 2012

requirements

#test results #results repository #test #results #repository #database

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