test_center plugin 🎯
Have you ever spent too much time trying to fix fragile tests only to give up with nothing real to show? Use the
fastlane actions from
test_center to remove the pain around your tests, so that you can focus on what makes 💰: features that customers love 😍.
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Features | Installation | Usage | Issues & Feedback | Contributing | Troubleshooting | License
This plugin makes testing your iOS app easier by providing you actions that give you greater control over everything related to testing your app.
multi_scan began when I created an action to only re-run the failed tests in order to determine if they were truly failing, or if they were failing randomly due to a fragile infrastructure. This action morphed into an entire plugin with many actions in the testing category.
This fastlane plugin includes the following actions:
read the documentation on each action by clicking on the action name
||supports everthing that
- dividing your tests evenly into batches and run each batch on its own Simulator in parallel to reduce the time to test
- re-running tests that may be failing due to a fragile test environment
- splitting tests into batches when a huge number of tests overwhelm the Simulator
- performing an action after a block of tests have been run
||suppress tests in an Xcode Scheme using those in a Junit test report||ios, mac|
||suppress tests in an Xcode Scheme||ios, mac|
||returns a list of the suppressed tests in your Xcode Project or Scheme||ios, mac|
||returns the tests and test code coverage configuration for a given testplan||ios, mac|
||returns the testplans that an Xcode Scheme references||ios, mac|
||returns the passing and failing tests in a Junit test report||ios, mac|
||returns the passing and failing tests in a xcresult bundle||ios, mac|
||returns a list of tests for each test target in a
||combines multiple Junit test reports into one report||ios, mac|
||combines multiple HTML test reports into one report||ios, mac|
||combines multiple json test reports into one report||ios, mac|
||combines multiple test_result bundles into one test_result bundle||ios, mac|
||combines multiple xcresult bundles into one xcresult bundle||ios, mac|
This project is a fastlane plugin. To get started with
fastlane-plugin-test_center, add it to your project by running:
fastlane add_plugin test_center
Click the name of each action above and review the documentation to learn how to use each action.
The most popular action in the
test_center plugin is
multi_scan, and if you run your tests in parallel with multiple retries, they will finish faster and only the truly failing tests will be reported as failing:
multi_scan( project: File.absolute_path('../AtomicBoy/AtomicBoy.xcodeproj'), scheme: 'AtomicBoy', try_count: 3, # retry _failing_ tests up to three times^1. fail_build: false, parallel_testrun_count: 4 # run subsets of your tests on parallel simulators^2 ) #  The ones that pass on a retry probably failed due to test interactions or test infrastructure #  splits all your tests into 4 smaller batches and runs each batch on its own sim in parallel for faster completion!
Issues and Feedback
For any other issues and feedback about this plugin, please submit it to this repository.
If you would like to contribute to this plugin, please review the contributing document.
If you have trouble using plugins, check out the Plugins Troubleshooting guide.
Using fastlane Plugins
For more information about how the
fastlane plugin system works, check out the Plugins documentation.
fastlane is the easiest way to automate beta deployments and releases for your iOS and Android apps. To learn more, check out fastlane.tools.