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Merge multiple JUnit XML results files into a single results file.
#!/usr/bin/env python
#
# Corey Goldberg, Dec 2012
#
import os
import sys
import xml.etree.ElementTree as ET
"""Merge multiple JUnit XML files into a single results file.
Output dumps to sdtdout.
example usage:
$ python merge_junit_results.py results1.xml results2.xml > results.xml
"""
def main():
args = sys.argv[1:]
if not args:
usage()
sys.exit(2)
if '-h' in args or '--help' in args:
usage()
sys.exit(2)
merge_results(args[:])
def merge_results(xml_files):
failures = 0
tests = 0
errors = 0
time = 0.0
cases = []
for file_name in xml_files:
tree = ET.parse(file_name)
test_suite = tree.getroot()
failures += int(test_suite.attrib['failures'])
tests += int(test_suite.attrib['tests'])
errors += int(test_suite.attrib['errors'])
time += float(test_suite.attrib['time'])
cases.append(test_suite.getchildren())
new_root = ET.Element('testsuite')
new_root.attrib['failures'] = '%s' % failures
new_root.attrib['tests'] = '%s' % tests
new_root.attrib['errors'] = '%s' % errors
new_root.attrib['time'] = '%s' % time
for case in cases:
new_root.extend(case)
new_tree = ET.ElementTree(new_root)
ET.dump(new_tree)
def usage():
this_file = os.path.basename(__file__)
print 'Usage: %s results1.xml results2.xml' % this_file
if __name__ == '__main__':
main()

This is very useful! Can I use this commercially? If so, with what kind of license?

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