Archive for October, 2012
Recently I’ve made a few updates to my custom Android test runner, android-junit-report. This runner makes it easy to integrate your Android test results into a continuous integration process by producing de-facto standard JUnit-style XML reports. The latest changes bring the runner up to speed with the latest version of Android and include better documentation. A summary of the updates follows:
- A new home page for the project.
- Within the home page, full documentation.
- Updates to where the reports are written by default. The runner no longer attempts to use the internal storage of the test application, instead it always defaults to the internal storage of the main application (i.e. the one under test).
- Support for a new __external__ token that allows you to place the reports in the external storage area of the application under test (given availability and permission to do so).
- Changes to the token syntax to avoid the need to escape when calling the runner via a shell.
I’d like to acknowledge the help of Sebastian Schuberth and Christopher Orr in fine-tuning some aspects of the runner for this release. The latest runner version, 1.5.8, is available for download now.
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