[fpc-pascal] presenting fpunit test results
graemeg.lists at gmail.com
Sun Oct 1 03:11:55 CEST 2006
Attached is my latest efforts on fpcUnit Test Reports using XSLT.
Before, I sent you two versions of the .xsl file. One created a
report based on CSS only and the other one based on HTML Tables only.
I tested both against my results (around 900 tests) and the CSS
version was dog slow!!
I then created from scratch a .xsl file generating HTML Tables (small
ones) and uses a small CSS file to format (colors, fonts, etc) the
generated HTML. The speed is *much* better.
Attached is a archive containing the CSS, XSL and sample results
files. I also included a small script file (fixup_xml.sh) which
inserts a single line into the xml results file, to specify the xslt
stylesheet to use.
The reason for the script file, is because I didn't what to modify
fpcUnit to insert that line automaticaly, as I like to generate
different formatted results from the original xml file and need to
insert different XSLT stylesheets for that. For example, I generate
two different outputs from the same results.xml file. One for HTML
results going to my web server and the other, a plain text email,
which gets emailed to a newsgroup showing only the summary of the
This version is much better than the ones I sent you before. A few
things are still missing though, but that is due to the data being
missing in the xml results.
* The test listings need to be grouped by test suites which will allow
for a better summaries to be generated.
* More attributes need to be added to the test listings to give
information like: Did the test pass, fail or give a error. This will
allow me to link the summary test listing to the detailed results
using the HTML version of the XSLT.
* Ignored/Skipped tests still need support - My version of fpcUnit has
not been patched yet.
Enjoy, and please give me some feedback. Good or bad!
- Graeme -
On 19/09/06, Vincent Snijders <vsnijders at quicknet.nl> wrote:
> Graeme Geldenhuys schreef:
> > On 9/8/06, Dean Zobec <dezobec at tin.it> wrote:
> >> At first sight, it seems that the methods StartTest and EndTest of the
> >> listeners are the right place where to place the code to do the timings.
> >> I guess the right approach would be to add an option at command line or
> >> otherwise to add the timing result. Same for the list of the run tests.
> > Thanks for the pointers Dean. I didn't get time today, but should
> > over the weekend.
> Any progres?
> fpc-pascal maillist - fpc-pascal at lists.freepascal.org
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