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// Require modules used in the logic below
const jasmine = require('jasmine');
const {Builder, By, Key, until} = require('selenium-webdriver');
// You can use a remote Selenium Hub, but we are not doing that here
require('chromedriver');
const driver = new Builder()
.forBrowser('chrome')
.build();
const baseUrl = "http://localhost:8080";
const password = "PWDPWDPWDPWDPW";
var login = async function() {
let loginContainer = By.css('.login-form');
let inpPassword = By.css('.password');
let btnLogin = By.css('.submit');
var enterCredentialsAndLogin = async function() {
console.log('Entering credentials…');
// Wait until an input element appears
await driver.wait(until.elementLocated(inpPassword), 10 * 1000);
// Enter credentials and log in
console.log('sending password');
await driver.findElement(inpPassword).sendKeys(password);
console.log('pressing button');
await driver.findElement(btnLogin).click();
};
// Load the login page
await driver.get(baseUrl);
// Wait until the page is loaded
await driver.wait(until.elementLocated(loginContainer), 10 * 1000);
console.log('Login screen loaded.');
// Wait to be logged in, assuming it was was successful
// once the Log in button has gone "stale."
await enterCredentialsAndLogin();
console.log('Logged in.');
};
// Configure Jasmine's timeout value to account for longer tests.
// Adjust this value if you find our tests failing due to timeouts.
jasmine.DEFAULT_TIMEOUT_INTERVAL = 40 * 1000;
jest.setTimeout(20 * 1000);
async function rightClick(element){
const actions = driver.actions({async: true});
await actions.contextClick(element).perform();
}
function byVisibleText(str) {
return By.xpath(`//*[contains(text(),'${str}')]`);
}
function byExactText(str) {
return By.xpath(`//*[text()='${str}']`);
}
// Define a category of tests using test framework, in this case Jasmine
describe("Basic element tests", function() {
// Before every test, open a browser and login
// using the logic written above.
beforeEach(async function() {
await login();
console.log('Test beginning.');
});
// After each test, close the browser.
afterAll(async function() {
await driver.quit();
});
// Specify a test
it("Can run extension", async function() {
// Provide basic data used to evaluate the test.
// This test should pass.
console.log('Running test…');
// Preview the test page
await driver.get(baseUrl);
// Wait for button
await driver.wait(until.elementLocated(By.css('.monaco-workbench')), 10 * 1000);
// Dismiss trust dialog if it comes up.
let trustDialog = await driver.findElements(By.css('.dialog-shadow'));
if (trustDialog.length !== 0) {
let trustButton = await driver.wait(until.elementLocated(byVisibleText("Yes, I trust the authors")));
trustButton.click();
}
let projectDir = await driver.wait(until.elementLocated(byExactText("project")));
console.log('clicking project dir');
projectDir.click();
let extension = await driver.wait(until.elementLocated(byVisibleText(".vsix")));
console.log('right click extension');
await rightClick(extension);
let installChoice = await driver.wait(until.elementLocated(byVisibleText("VSIX")));
console.log('click install');
installChoice.click();
// XXX Whatever you want to check that your extension does...
});
});
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