++ed by:
Jeff Lavallee

NAME

TAP::Harness::JUnit - Generate JUnit compatible output from TAP results

SYNOPSIS

    use TAP::Harness::JUnit;
    my $harness = TAP::Harness::JUnit->new({
        xmlfile => 'output.xml',
        package => 'database',
        # ...
    });
    $harness->runtests(@tests);

DESCRIPTION

The only difference between this module and TAP::Harness is that this module adds the optional arguments 'xmlfile', 'package', and 'namemangle' that cause the output to be formatted into XML in a format similar to the one that is produced by the JUnit testing framework.

METHODS

This module inherits all functions from TAP::Harness.

new

These options are added (compared to TAP::Harness):

xmlfile

Name of the file XML output will be saved to. If this argument is omitted, the default of "junit_output.xml" is used and a warning is issued.

Alternatively, the name of the output file can be specified in the $JUNIT_OUTPUT_FILE environment variable

package

The Hudson/Jenkins continuous-integration systems support separating test results into "packages". By default any number of output xml files will be merged into the default package "(root)".

Setting a package name will place all test results from the current run into that package. You can also set the environment variable $JUNIT_PACKAGE to do the same.

notimes (DEPRECATED)

If provided (and true), test case times will not be recorded.

namemangle

Specify how to mangle testcase names. This is sometimes required to interact with buggy JUnit consumers that lack sufficient validation.

Alternatively, this value can be set in the environment variable $JUNIT_NAME_MANGLE.

Available values are:

hudson

Replace anything but alphanumeric characters with underscores. This is the default for historic reasons.

Replace slashes in the directory hierarchy with dots so that the filesystem layout resembles a Java class hierarchy.

This is the recommended setting and may become the default in future.

none

Do not perform any transformations.

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES

The name of the output file can be specified in the $JUNIT_OUTPUT_FILE environment variable

The package name that Hudson/Jenkins use to categorise test results can be specified in $JUNIT_PACKAGE.

The name mangling mechanism used to rewrite test names can be specified in $JUNIT_NAME_MANGLE. (See namemangle documentation for available values.)

SEE ALSO

The JUnit XML schema was obtained from http://jra1mw.cvs.cern.ch:8180/cgi-bin/jra1mw.cgi/org.glite.testing.unit/config/JUnitXSchema.xsd?view=markup.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

This module was partly inspired by Michael Peters's TAP::Harness::Archive. It was originally written by Lubomir Rintel (GoodData) <lubo.rintel@gooddata.com> and includes code from several contributors.

The following people (in no specific order) have reported problems or contributed code to TAP::Harness::JUnit:

David Ritter
Jeff Lavallee
Andreas Pohl
Ton Voon
Kevin Goess
Richard Huxton
David E. Wheeler
Malcolm Parsons
Finn Smith

BUGS

The comments that are above the ok or not ok are considered the output of the test. This, though being more logical, is against TAP specification.

XML::Simple is used to generate the output. This is suboptimal and involves some hacks.

During testing the resulting files are not tested against the schema. This would be a good thing to do.

CONTRIBUTING

Source code for TAP::Harness::JUnit is kept in a public Git repository. Visit https://github.com/jlavallee/tap-harness-junit.

Bug reports and feature enhancement requests are tracked at https://rt.cpan.org/Public/Dist/Display.html?Name=TAP-Harness-JUnit.

COPYRIGHT & LICENSE

Copyright 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 TAP::Harness::JUnit contributors. All rights reserved.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.




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