This package is designed to run tests on a code repository on a daily basis. It comes with a set of predefined test, essentially for python packages, and a set of predefined reports to display execution results. However, it has been designed to be higly extensible, so you could write your own test or report using the Python language (i.e. this framework is NOT limited to test Python code !).
Use it to daily run your tests and generate reports about code or document quality.
Apycot now rely on Narval: tests are defined as Narval's recipes (using actions provided by apycot and its plugins) and are executed by the Narval bot.
The project used to be hosted on logilab.org but moved here to benefit from cubicweb.org automatic test infrastructure.
Once you have a properly functionning narval setup, you have to install Apycot elements on both the website part and the narval-bot side.
You may check the bot can connect to the cubicweb instances by watching the narval bot's logs (usually in /var/log/narval/).
Beside low-level installation (described here), all the documentation to setup your continuous integration environment is available online through your instance at http://<your instance url>/doc/apycot
You should read this documentation in order to be able to create all the required objects to build your own testing and continuous integration platform.
|source repository||apycot repository|
|test environment||apycot env|
|may be discussed on||<not specified>|
|use license||<not specified>|