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Add testing documentation to Castellan Adds documentation showing how to run unit and functional test in for Castellan. Change-Id: I9141f828dd1bc1eb9938c889c32ac80dea424d40 “Fernando 6 years ago
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1313 readme
1414 installation
1515 usage
16 testing
1617 contributing
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1819 Indices and tables
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1 Testing
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4 Every Castellan code submission is automatically tested against a number
5 of gating jobs to prevent regressions. Castellan developers should have a
6 habit of running tests locally to ensure the code works as intended before
7 submission.
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9 For your convenience we provide the ability to run all tests through
10 the ``tox`` utility. If you are unfamiliar with tox please see
11 refer to the `tox documentation`_ for assistance.
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13 .. _`tox documentation`: https://tox.readthedocs.org/en/latest/
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15 Unit Tests
16 ----------
17
18 Currently, we provide tox environments for a variety of different Python
19 versions. By default all available test environments within the tox
20 configuration will execute when calling ``tox``. If you want to run an
21 independent version, you can do so with the following command:
22
23 .. code-block:: bash
24
25 # Executes tests on Python 2.7
26 tox -e py27
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28
29 .. note::
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31 Other available environments are py34, py26, and pypy.
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33 If you do not have the appropriate Python versions available, consider
34 setting up PyEnv to install multiple versions of Python. See the
35 documentation regarding `Setting up a Barbican development environment`_
36 for more information.
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38 Functional Tests
39 ----------------
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41 Unlike running unit tests, the functional tests require Barbican and
42 Keystone services to be running in order to execute. For more
43 information on this please see `Setting up a Barbican development environment`_
44 and `Using Keystone Middleware with Barbican`_
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46 .. _`Setting up a Barbican development environment`: http://docs.openstack.org/developer/barbican/setup/dev.html
47 .. _`Using Keystone Middleware with Barbican`: http://docs.openstack.org/developer/barbican/setup/keystone.html
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49 Castellan uses ``/etc/castellan/castellan-functional.conf`` in order to
50 run functional tests. A sample file can be generated by running:
51
52 .. code-block:: bash
53
54 # Generate a sample configuration file
55 tox -e genconfig
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57 ``castellan/etc/castellan/castellan-functional.conf.sample`` is generated.
58 It must be renamed to ``castellan-functional.conf`` and placed in
59 ``/etc/castellan``.
60
61 The file should look something like the following:
62
63 .. code-block:: bash
64
65 [DEFAULT]
66
67 [identity]
68 username = 'admin'
69 password = 'openstack'
70 project_name = 'admin'
71 auth_url = 'http://localhost:5000/v3'
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73 Once you have the appropriate services running and configured you can execute
74 the functional tests through tox.
75
76 .. code-block:: bash
77
78 # Execute Barbican Functional Tests
79 tox -e functional
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81
82 By default, the functional tox job will use ``testr`` to execute the
83 functional tests.
84
85 Pep8 Check
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87
88 Pep8 is a style guide for Python code. Castellan code should be have proper
89 style before submission. In order to ensure that pep8 tests can be run through
90 tox as follows:
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92 .. code-block:: bash
93
94 # Checks python code style
95 tox -e pep8
96
97 Any comments on bad coding style will output to the terminal.