Good news, everyone! Codeception 1.1.2 released. And it’s hard to list everything that were improved and fixed, but i will try.
With the help of our active contributor tiger.seo Codeception got an AMQP module wich allows to manipulate queue engines, like RabbitMQ. You can use this module if you need to clear queues between tests. Also, new Memcache module was introduced. You can perform simple checks and use data from your Memcache storage in tests. Guys, it’s very simple to contribute to Codeception. All new modules are welcome, they can grow from your local helpers and become part of this library. Just fork Codeception, add a module and send me a pull request!
You should regenerate your guy-classes after this update with the
build command. Rebuilt Guy-classes will contain full documentation for each method and link to the source code of underlying method. Also, with the help of tiger.seo Codeception got better PHPStorm integration. Codeception when run in PHPStorm console outputs stack traces that is recognized by PHPStorm. So you can click on any file name and move to it in IDE.
Save Scenarios as HTML
You know that there is
--html option which saves results of running tests in HTML. But now you can save the test scenarios in HTML without running them. That’s quite useful if you want to save test scenarios into your company’s wiki. The HTML format can inserted into Confluence, for example. And now testers, managers, and developers will have the test scenarios up to date. Yep, thanks again to tiger.seo.
PEAR package was completely redesigned. Codeception is not using PEAR as a dependency manager anymore, Composer is ok. But PEAR is quite useful if you want a system-wide install, and simple call to Codeception with
codecept command. PEAR package now contains all dependent modules and doesn’t require PHPUnit or Mink installed anymore. That will prevent possible conflicts and reduce level of PEAR-related wtfs.
Codeception 1.1.2 can be downloaded from site,
or via Composer