CI-Utils is a set of utilities and examples for working on continuous integration platforms, including a run script for the Fiveam test library.
Example CI Configurations
Example configurations for the CI platforms supported by CI-Utils can be found in the
config-examples directory. These examples are intended to jump start using CI to test Common Lisp projects. Basic usage should just require replacing
foo with the name of the system, possibly adjusting the testing framework, and moving the file (or directory in a few cases) to the project root.
If you are using Roswell, run
ros install ci-utils. This will download the code where ASDF can find it and place
run-fiveam in the roswell bin directory. If you are not using Roswell, either run
(ql:quickload :ci-utils) or manually download the contents of this repository somewhere that ASDF can find it.
See neil-lindquist.github.io/CI-Utils/API for documentation of the API.
run-fiveam Roswell script is designed to make running Fiveam tests simple. It has the form
run-fiveam [options] <tests and suites>. The test and suite names are read as symbols after loading any requested systems. The
--quicklisp <system> and
-l <system> options load a system using quicklisp. Note that any root systems in the project directory are automatically loaded. The
--exclude <path> and
-e <path> options mark a path for exclusion when measuring code coverage. Additionally, there are two environmental variables that directly affect run-fiveam.
COVERALLS enables measuring code coverage using cl-coveralls.
COVERAGE_EXCLUDE is a colon separated list of paths to exclude from code coverage measurements, in addition to those passed as arguments. See
run-fiveam --help for more information.
CI-Utils adds a few values to
*FEATURES* that describe the current platform. First,
:CI is added if the
CI environmental variable is set or the system is otherwise recognized as a known CI platform. Known CI platforms have their name added (listed in the table below). If
CI is set but the system is not a recognized CI platform, then
:UNKNOWN-CI is added. Finally, if the
COVERALLS environmental variable is set, then
:COVERALLS is added. Note that when the
:COVERALLS feature is added, CI-Utils replaces the platform inspection in cl-coverall with it's own functions in order to extend platform support.
- Neil Lindquist <NeilLindquist5@gmail.com>