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|org-test-ob-consts.el||10 years ago|
|org-test.el||10 years ago|
The following instructions describe how to get started using the Org-mode test framework.
1) Install the ERT and jump.el testing dependencies which are included as git submodules in the org-mode repository. To do so run the following git submodule commands from inside the base of the Org-mode directory (or just execute the following code block). #+begin_src sh cd .. git submodule init git submodule update #+end_src
2) Load the file #+begin_src emacs-lisp (load-file "org-test.el") #+end_src
org-test-jump command is now bound to
M-C-j in all
emacs-lisp files. Call this command from any file in the
directory of the org-mode repository to jump to the related test
file in the =testing/ directory. Call this functions with a
prefix argument, and the corresponding test file will be stubbed
out if it doesn't already exist.
4) Review the ERT documentation, to do this run
makeinfo in the
then browse the resulting info file.
5) A number of org-mode-specific functions and macros are provided in
org-test.el see the subsection of
that file. Some of these functions make use of example org-mode
files located in the directory.
org-test-loadwhich loads the entire Org-mode test suite
org-test-current-defunwhich runs all tests for the current
org-test-run-all-testswhich runs the entire Org-mode test suite
ertcommand can also be used to run tests