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atoum-bot
@atoum-bot
Grummfy sinon cela serait bien de reviewed atoum/stubs#23 ;à)
ashgenesis je regarde ça ce soir je suis un peu sous l'eau là
ashgenesis sinon tu dois pouvoir trouver des trus là dedans
ashgenesis pour le path et le banche je crois que c'est la même chose en fait me rappelles plus bien
Grummfy j'ai 2 valeurs diffrentes en terme de cover mais j'arrive pas a comprendre....
ashgenesis Grummfy: link ?
ashgenesis tu peux m'assigner pour ta review je regarde ce soir
ashgenesis screenshot ?
J. King
@JKingweb
I tried a first experiment with atoum last night, with six test methods in one class. Using the inline engine they finish in 0.7s, whereas both the isolate and concurrent engines take 3.7s. Is this expected of a small number of very simple tests (they're only exercising an exception class)? In particular is it expected that isolate and concurrent would have identical performance?
Frédéric Hardy
@mageekguy
@JKingweb seems legit. isolate and concurrent has an overhead versus inline, because they do a fork of PHP, so if you have a small number of tests, they are less performants than inline engine.
And the main advantage of isolate/concurrent vs inline are not performance, it's test isolation
and if you have only one classe of tests, and very simple tests in them, it seems legit that inline ± concurrent in term of performance
J. King
@JKingweb
It seems not, actually: I adapted a more beefy
It seems not, actually: I adapted a more beefy
Ugh. The mobile interface of Gitter is awful. Anyway, I ran 43 tests which in PHPUnit take a few seconds, but in Atoum take 93 seconds. The problem is that concurrent tests don't actually run concurrently in Windows.
Frédéric Hardy
@mageekguy
oh, you're using windows…
primary target of atoum is linux/unix
so not sure that all atoum's features are available on Windows, sadly
J. King
@JKingweb
Je me débrouillerai. ;) Si non je vai simplement utiliser PHPUnit. Merci quand même!
Notour
@notour
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Bonjour, J'essaie d'intégré Atoum à mon projet. Malgré différent tuto suivie Atoum ne détecte aucun unit test à executer. (pour voir le code : https://github.com/notour/ClubManager/tree/feature/6-user-informations-storage)
ai-je manqué une subtilité ?

Voila le retour : que j'obtiens (dsl pour le flood)

Grummfy
@Grummfy
most of the time the bot is down, so if we don't answer => go to irc
la plupart du temps notre bot est mort, donc si on ne réponds pas => go vers irc