Testing extensions from a git-clone

I’m interested in contributing more to Radiant, but I’m a bit confused
about how to get my test environment fully functional.

On:
http://dev.radiantcms.org/

under:
2. Get Radiant ready for patching:

it says “Setup your environment in a way to be able to run the unit
tests”. . .

Can any of you give an overview of how to set up a git-cloned Radiant to
be able to run tests fully?

Thanks!

–DJCP

On May 6, 2008, at 9:18 PM, Daniel Collis-puro wrote:

tests". . .

Can any of you give an overview of how to set up a git-cloned
Radiant to
be able to run tests fully?

It’s pretty simple. You just have to get radiant to a point where it
will run. (e.g. configure the database and run the migrations) Then,
the specs should run with rake spec


Matt Freels
[email protected]
http://matt.freels.name

Daniel,

You’ll need to setup config/database.yml, then bootstrap your
development database and prepare the test database. I like to symlink
the sqlite3 example config like so:

$ cd config; ln -s database.sqlite.yml database.yml
$ rake db:bootstrap
$ rake db:test:prepare

Then run ‘rake spec’ or ‘autotest’ to run the behavior examples.

Sean

This is very helpful - thanks, both of you. I knew it would be simple, I
just didn’t know the magical incantations.

–DJCP

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