Running tests

FreshRSS is tested with PHPUnit. No code should be merged in edge if the tests don’t pass.

Locally

As a developer, you can run the test suite on your PC easily with make commands. You can run the test suite with:

make test

This command downloads the PHPUnit binary and verifies its checksum. If the verification fails, the file is deleted. In this case, you should open an issue on GitHub to let maintainers know about the problem.

Then, it executes PHPUnit in a Docker container. If you don’t use Docker, you can run the command directly with:

NO_DOCKER=true make test

The linter can be run with a make command as well:

make lint # to execute the linter on the PHP files
make lint-fix # or, to fix the errors detected by the linter

Similarly to PHPUnit, it downloads a PHP_CodeSniffer binary (i.e. phpcs or phpcbf depending on the command) and verifies its checksum.

Travis

Tests are automatically run when you open a pull request on GitHub. It is done with Travis CI. This is done to ensure there is no regressions in your code. We cannot merge a PR if the tests fail so we’ll ask you to fix bugs before to review your code.

If you’re interested in, you can take a look at the configuration file.