PHPUnit plugin progress

Niko Sams niko.sams at
Sun Jul 24 09:13:34 UTC 2011

On Sun, Jul 24, 2011 at 10:00, Davide Simoncelli <netcelli.tux at> wrote:
> On Monday 18 July 2011 23:17:17 Niko Sams wrote:
>> > Right click on a project and click on "Open configuration...". Is there
>> > phpunit config module?
>> I found the reason: in kdevplatform/shell/projectcontroller.cpp:175
>> (findPluginsForProject)
>> plugins are filtered by X-KDevelop-Category. After changing
>> X-KDevelop-Category to Project
>> in kdevphpunitplugin.desktop it showed up.
>> Maybe it works for you because you don't use master?
>> Other than that it is still a bit crashy - but looks very promising!
>> I'd love to use that at work.
> Hey Niko,
> thank you I will fix it. I'm very busy these weeks for exams but I have few
> bugs to fix on my todo list.
>> We do however have a custom wrapper around phpunit - and I need to
>> execute on a remote
>> server using ssh. Would it make sense to have that configurable?
> Right now the plugin searches php unit test files in local test directory, but
> it is also possible to implement something  for remote directory. The only
> problem is that it opens every php files in test directory to collect case
> tests and it may not be fast.
> How is the custom wrapper done? Do you run it on your local box and run tests
> on the remote server?
the code is available locally (mounted NFS). The tests are run on the
remote server
using a custom script that accepts mostly phpunit compatible
parameters. A configurable
phpunit command should solve this.


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