Selenium/Ruby/Target MediaWiki-Vagrant virtual machine
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See Selenium instead.
For this example, we will not enable any roles and we will use MediaWiki core.
Running Selenium tests targeting MediaWiki-Vagrant machine has several advantages:
- It will be fast, since the target machine is local.
- MediaWiki core Selenium test run takes about 3 minutes on my machine.
- It takes about 6-7 minutes for selenium-Core Jenkins job to run.
- After everything is set up, you do not need internet connection.
- Debugging failed tests will be easier, since you will see the browser.
- You are probably already familiar with MediaWiki-Vagrant and have it installed.
- You might not be familiar with MediaWiki-Vagrant, so you will have to learn how to install and use yet another tool.
- You will have to install MediaWiki-Vagrant, Selenium and their dependencies on your machine.
- While the tests are running the host machine will be hard to use because Chrome will be opening and closing for every test (but not stealing focus).
Set up MediaWiki-Vagrant
- Follow instructions at MediaWiki-Vagrant.
Boot the machine
$ vagrant up Bringing machine 'default' up with 'virtualbox' provider... ... ==> default: Notice: Finished catalog run in 248.92 seconds
$ cd mediawiki
You will need internet access for this step. Depending on your operating system, installing dependencies will be different.
Installing Ruby might be easier, or harder.
- On Linux, please use appropriate package manager.
- On Windows, please use RubyInstaller.
- It should already installed on Mac machines.
- Ruby 2.0 or newer is required.
- Third-party tools like rbenv or RVM are not required.
After installation, check if everything is all right.
$ ruby -v ruby 2.3.1p112 (2016-04-26 revision 54768) [x86_64-darwin15]
Install required Ruby packages (gems).
$ gem install bundler --no-rdoc --no-ri Fetching: bundler-1.13.6.gem (100%) Successfully installed bundler-1.13.6 1 gem installed
$ bundle install ... Use `bundle show [gemname]` to see where a bundled gem is installed.
Run the Selenium tests
$ bundle exec rake selenium ... /usr/local/Cellar/ruby/2.4.0/bin/ruby -S bundle exec cucumber tests/browser --tags @chrome ... 20 scenarios (20 passed) 103 steps (103 passed) 1m8.896s
halt the machine
$ vagrant suspend ==> default: Saving VM state and suspending execution...
$ vagrant halt ==> default: Attempting graceful shutdown of VM...