Arxiu de la categoria: testing

Plone testing team meeting

After a Plone Conference there’s always a lot of energy and willingness to move Plone one step forward.

The testing and CI team in Plone is no different, and for that I created a Doodle to see who is interested and what would be the best time to meet during next week.

If you are interested in the team, or know anyone who would be, please share that link and join the meeting!

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How to test pull requests on jenkins.plone.org

Although for me it looks clear and straightforward, for some it may not be the case, so I decided to add a brief document explaining it. It should show up in Read The Docs here: http://jenkinsploneorg.readthedocs.org/en/latest/run-pull-request-jobs.html

If Read The Docs still hasn’t catch up the source in GitHub is easily readable as well: https://github.com/plone/jenkins.plone.org/blob/master/docs/source/run-pull-request-jobs.rst

Bonus point: I made my first screencast demoing it! Watch it in all its glory.

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the long path of unittesting JS in Plone (in Jenkins of course)

One of the main goals of Mockup (the new JavaScript story for Plone) is to unittested.

Before Mockup there was no systematic way to unittest JavaScript, you could only do some really slow integration tests via Robot Framework (with its Plone integration plone.app.robotframework).

Now with Mockup he have the other side of the coin as well: we can not only check how the code  integrates within Plone but we can also check its logic with fast unittests.

There’s already Travis integration for Mockup and Mockup-core (a building block for Mockup), but as Plone is using Jenkins it makes a lot of sense to run them there as well.

So, how that’s done? I’m glad you ask, exactly like this:

  1. Add Nodejs on Jenkins nodes (plone.jenkins_node)
  2. Configure Jenkins so that tests will find where Nodejs is (plone.jenkins_server)
  3. Configure Grunt (a JavaScript test runner) for Jenkins (mockup-core)
  4. Add a make target for the new Grunt configuration (mockup)
  5. Create a Jenkins job that runs it (jenkins.plone.org)
  6. Profit!

All the code is there, the last three pull requests are pending to be merged.

Once that’s done jenkins.plone.org will be able to run our JavaScript unittests!!

Happy hacking!

P.D: remember that tomorrow is WPOD!

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