tests/runRUnitTests.R

### runRUnitTests.R
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### What: Run RUnit tests (the core)- R code
### $Id$
### Time-stamp: <2008-12-30 12:52:51 ggorjan>
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## The setup seems to be quite messy, but it is so to enable use of this in
## several ways as shown bellow.

## "R CMD check" way should be the most authoritative way to run the RUnit
## tests for a developer. RUnit tests are issued during R CMD check of the
## package due to example section of .runRUnitTests() function. If any test
## fails (failure) or if there are any R errors during RUnit testing, R CMD
## check fails. These are variable values specific for this way:
##  - .path DEVEL/PATH/PKG.Rcheck/PKG/unitTests
##  - .way  function

## ".runRUnitTests()" way from within R after library(PKG) is handy for
## package useRs, since it enables useRs to be sure that all tests pass for
## their installation. This is just a convenient wrapper function to run
## the RUnit testing suite. These are variable values specific for this
## way:
##  - .path INSTALL/PATH/PKG/unitTests
##  - .way  function

## "Shell" way is another possibility mainly for a developer in order to
## skip possibly lengthy R CMD check and perform just RUnit testing with an
## installed version of a pcakage. These are variable values specific for
## this way:
##  - .path DEVEL/PATH/PKG/inst/unitTests
##  - .way  shell
##
## Rscript runRUnitTests.R
## R CMD BATCH runRUnitTests.R
## make
## make all

PKG  <- 'gdata'

if(require("RUnit", quietly=TRUE))
{

    path <- normalizePath("unitTests")

    cat("\nRunning unit tests\n")
    print(list(pkg=PKG, getwd=getwd(), pathToUnitTests=path))

    library(package=PKG, character.only=TRUE)

    testFileRegexp <- "^runit.+\\.[rR]$"

    ## Debugging echo
    cat("\nRunning RUnit tests\n")
    print(list(pkg=PKG,
               getwd=getwd(),
               pathToRUnitTests=path))

    ## Define tests
    testSuite <- defineTestSuite(name=paste(PKG, "RUnit testing"),
                                 dirs=path,
                                 testFileRegexp=testFileRegexp
                                 )

    ## Run
    tests <- runTestSuite(testSuite)

    if(file.access(path, 02) != 0)
        {
            ## cannot write to path -> use writable one
            tdir <- tempfile(paste(PKG, "RUnitTests", sep="_"))
            dir.create(tdir)
            pathReport <- file.path(tdir, "report")
        }
    else
        {
            pathReport <- file.path(path, "report")
        }

    ## Print results:
    printTextProtocol(tests)
    printTextProtocol(tests,
                      fileName=paste(pathReport, ".txt", sep=""))

    ## Print HTML Version of results:
    printHTMLProtocol(tests,
                      fileName=paste(pathReport, ".html", sep=""))

    cat("\nRUnit reports also written to\n",
        pathReport, ".(txt|html)\n\n", sep="")

    ## Return stop() to cause R CMD check stop in case of
    ##  - failures i.e. FALSE to RUnit tests or
    ##  - errors i.e. R errors
    tmp <- getErrors(tests)
    if(tmp$nFail > 0 || tmp$nErr > 0)
        {
            stop(paste("\n\nRUnit testing failed:\n",
                       " - #test failures: ", tmp$nFail, "\n",
                       " - #R errors: ",  tmp$nErr, "\n\n", sep="")
                 )
        }
} else {

    cat("R package 'RUnit' cannot be loaded - no unit tests run\n",
        "for package", PKG,"\n")

}

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### runRUnitTests.R ends here

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