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Running objective-c tests from the command line (with color)
# based on https://gist.github.com/3349345
# Thanks, @alloy!
#
# To get your project ready for this, you'll have to create a scheme for your unit test project, make sure run is checked in
# the build step, and then delete the Test Host setting.
# Also, make sure you have the colored and open4 gems installed.
require 'rubygems'
require 'colored'
require 'pathname'
require 'open4'
# Change these to what is appropriate for your project
source_root = File.expand_path("../", __FILE__)
workspace = "SmartJsonParsing.xcworkspace"
scheme = "SmartJsonParsingTests"
verbose = !!ARGV.delete("--verbose")
class TestOutput < Array
def initialize(io, verbose, source_root)
@io, @verbose, @source_root = io, verbose, Pathname.new(source_root)
end
def <<(line)
return if !@verbose && line =~ /^Test (Case|Suite)/
super
@io << case line
when /^Run test case/
line.bold.white
when /\[PASSED\]/
line.green
when /\[PENDING\]/
line.yellow
when /^(.+?\.m)(:\d+:\s.+?\[FAILED\].+)/m
if $1 == 'Unknown.m'
line.red
else
(Pathname.new($1).relative_path_from(@source_root).to_s + $2).red
end
else
line
end
self
end
end
cmd = "xcodebuild -workspace #{workspace} -scheme #{scheme} -sdk iphonesimulator TEST_AFTER_BUILD=YES ONLY_ACTIVE_ARCH=NO build"
stdout =TestOutput.new(STDOUT, verbose, source_root)
stderr =TestOutput.new(STDERR, verbose, source_root)
status = Open4.spawn(cmd, :stdout => stdout, :stderr => stderr, :status => true)
exit status.exitstatus
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