TDriver is a test automation driver enabling acceptance testing through the UI or using business logic directly. It is written in Ruby language and enables using any test framework written for Ruby.
Imagemagick works so the issue was not in ImageMagick. It might relate to TDriver getting screenshot on meego for an object. If the object is in the corner there was some pixels included outside the object (like the position was shifted one pixel).
sudo zypper install rubygem-cucumber
Current builds in devel:quality might not be compatible with the weekly builds due to Qt version changes. This issue should fix itself automatically during the following days/weeks.
TDriver contains few modules:
TDriver has one agent for Qt based systems where Qt applications on any supported OS can be tested. The Qt agent is called qttasserver.
Agent is the only component that needs to be installed to the SUT. It will handle communication with the testing framework and applications. When Qt application starts it will load a testability plugin into the process. The plugin will register the application into qttasserver. Once the application is registered to qttasserver it can be controlled and queried from the testing framework.
If the application does not explicitly load the testability plugin, it can be started with -testability argument:
That will cause the testability plugin to be loaded automatically.
Driver is the component that will provide the glue between test harness and SUT. You can install driver inside SUT or you can also use another host for driver that will connect to sut over tcp/ip.
TDriver is a ruby class libary which is packaged as a Ruby gem. Package 'rubygem-testability-driver' provides the core functionality and 'rubygem-testability-driver-qt-sut-plugin' provides the qt specific support.
Visualizer is a helper tool that provides access to UI components of the application. It will help testers to know what objects are contained and what is possible to do with them. You will see a SUT screenshot and an object tree containing all visible object. For Qt applications the objects are fetched from the object tree of the application registered to qttasserver. Visualizer also contains documentation and a small editor to help in scripting and debugging.
Note! Repo locations will change as soon as the official location is decided.
First you will need to disable core repo and enable Trunk:Testing as they have some conflicting versions
sudo zypper rr core sudo zypper ar http://download.meego.com/live/Trunk:/Testing/standard/Trunk:Testing.repo
Then you need to enable devel:quality repo as not all components are yet in Trunk:Testing
Note! The repo above contains development versions of quality tools. In the future this repo should not be used but while proper end locations are decided it is ok to use this repo. If you experience any problems with this repo please remove it with rr command
sudo zypper rr devel_quality
sudo zypper install qttas-server
This will install the agent. Once you reboot the first time the agent should start automatically. (TODO: This will be changed to lazy load later)
You can start the agent manually by typing:
sudo zypper install rubygem-testability-driver-qt-sut-plugin
This will install the ruby gem for handling qt SUTs and all the dependencies like for example ruby interpreter it self.
TDriver requires rubygems. Make sure you have rubygems defined in rubyopt:
This will tell ruby to use gem packages.
You can test the installation using irb easily:
[matti@matti-desktop tmp]$ irb irb(main):001:0> require 'tdriver' => true irb(main):002:0>
You can also install our testapps and tests and try to run those
sudo zypper install testability-driver-tests sudo zypper testability-driver-tests
And once installed you can launch the test script:
And the script will use app 'testapp' and test basic things like launching and closing app, tapping, dragging, flick etc.
You can install visualizer with a command
sudo zypper install tdriver-visualizer
You can test visualizer by first making sure qttasserver is running and starting testapp (tdriver-testapp installed in the previous section)
qttasserver & testapp &
Now make sure you have RUBYOPT set and sut_qt installed and start visualizer
export RUBYOPT=rubygems sudo zypper install testability-driver-qt-sut-plugin tdriver_visualizer &
Now you should see the visualizer app loading. Select sut_qt from device menu and select file -> refresh. You should now see screenshot of testapp and object tree which contains all visible objects from the application.
In order to debug you can enable logs on the device. Just create a folder and give appropriate write access so that qttasserver and applications can write in there:
mkdir -p /logs/testability sudo chmod a+w /logs/testability
Now if you restart qttasserver you will see a log file qttasserver.log being created. For each application loading testability plugin there will be also a file <application_name>.log