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Android JUnit Report Test Runner
The Android JUnit report test runner is a custom instrumentation test runner for Android that creates XML test reports. These reports are in a similar format to those created by the Ant JUnit task's XML formatter, allowing them to be integrated with tools that support that format (e.g. continuous integration servers).
Android JUnit report has home on the web at:
This project is no longer required with the new, Gradle-based build system that ships with modern versions of the ADT.
This code is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0. See the LICENSE file for details.
This is a quick overview of how to integrate the runner with Ant builds. Note all modifications are made to your test project, i.e. the project which implements the JUnit tests:
- Grab the latest jar from: http://github.com/jsankey/android-junit-report/downloads and add it to your libs/ directory.
- Edit AndroidManifest.xml to set android:name in the instrumentation tag to: com.zutubi.android.junitreport.JUnitReportTestRunner.
- Edit ant.properties to add the line: test.runner=com.zutubi.android.junitreport.JUnitReportTestRunner
- Run your tests as you would normally: $ ant debug install test
- Pull the resulting XML report from the device (from the application under test's internal storage directory): $ adb pull /data/data/main app package/files/junit-report.xml
- Integrate the XML with your chosen build tool.
Customising Via Arguments
The runner supports the following arguments:
- multiFile: if set to true, a new report file is generated for each test suite. Defaults to false (a single file contains all suites).
- reportFile: the name of the report file to generate (single file mode) or a pattern for the name of the files to generate (multiple file mode). In the latter case the string __suite__ will be substituted with the test suite name. Defaults to junit-report.xml in single file mode, junit-report-__suite__.xml in multiple file mode.
- reportDir: path to a directory in which to write the report file(s). May start with __external__ which will be replaced with the external storage directory for the application under test. This requires external storage to be available and WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permission in the application under test. Defaults to unspecified, in which case the internal storage directory of the application under test is used.
- filterTraces: if true, stack traces in the report will be filtered to remove common noise (e.g. framework methods). Defaults to true.
To specify arguments, use the -e flag to adb shell am instrument, for example:
adb shell am instrument -w -e reportFile my-report.xml \ com.example.test/com.zutubi.android.junitreport.JUnitReportTestRunner
See the example and/or full documentation for how to set arguments in you Ant build.
Check out the following resources for more details:
- The project home page (with full documentation): http://zutubi.com/source/projects/android-junit-report/
- The example project in the example/ subdirectory.
- The GitHub project page: https://github.com/jsankey/android-junit-report/
Building From Source
If you would like to modify the runner, or build it yourself for any other reason, you will need:
- A JDK, version 1.5 or later.
- The Android SDK (or at least a stub android.jar as provided in the SDK).
- Apache Ant version 1.7 or later.
To run a build:
Create a file local.properties in the directory containing this README. In this file, define the location of an android.jar to build against, for example:
where /opt/android is the root of an Android SDK.
Run ant in this same directory:
The jar will be created at build/android-junit-report-dev.jar.
If you have any thoughts, questions etc about the runner, you can contact me at:
All feedback is welcome.
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the android-junit-report README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.