The MVC tests are based on PHPUnit and may be found in
You can run the tests in you working copy as described below or let travis run them for you on pushes.
PHPUnit will need to be able to access the database and be allowed to create the libretime_test database. On a clean postgresql install this may be set up as follows.
psql -c 'CREATE DATABASE libretime;' -U postgres psql -c "CREATE USER libretime WITH PASSWORD 'libretime';" -U postgres psql -c 'GRANT CONNECT ON DATABASE libretime TO libretime;' -U postgres psql -c 'ALTER USER libretime CREATEDB;' -U postgres
In this case the libretime database is only used for the initial connection over which the libretime_test database is created.
You may need to tweak the exact commands needed to setup postgresql depending on the distro you installed this to. On Ubuntu the above can be acheived as follows.
sudo -u postgres psql -c 'CREATE DATABASE libretime;' sudo -u postgres psql -c "CREATE USER libretime WITH PASSWORD 'libretime';" sudo -u postgres psql -c 'GRANT CONNECT ON DATABASE libretime TO libretime;' sudo -u postgres psql -c 'ALTER USER libretime CREATEDB;'
PHPUnit should have already been installed when you ran
If you have not done so, now is the time to do so.
Run the tests
# run all tests cd airtime_mvc/tests ../../vendor/bin/phpunit # run a subset of tests ../../vendor/bin/phpunit --filter testEditReatingShowInstance
The python tests are run through nosetest. To prepare your env you should install it.
# Debian/Ubuntu apt-get install python-nose # CentOS yum install -y python-nose
In most cases you need to install deps before the tests can be run.
cd python_apps/airtime_analyzer nosetests