Test Runner for RCPTT

Solution Description

RCPTT Test Runner is an add-on from RCPTT product line that represents CLI (headless Eclipse) application aimed to execute your tests and provide reports.

You can use RCPTT Test Runner on any of supported platforms (Windows, Linux, and OS X) and execute tests from your build plans independently of the technology you’re using to automate your builds: Ant, Maven, Unix shell scrips, etc.

RCPTT Test Runner is responsible for materializing your application from p2 repository (Eclipse update site) if needed, running test suite(s) against it, and reporting results of test execution in a preferred format. Since all the testing artifacts are basically files on the file system, you can download tests and run them without any configuration efforts, as well as store them together with your project files in the same version control system, or separately.

For your convenience, we’re supplying Maven/Tycho plugin, so if your build is based on Tycho, you will be able to add the acceptance testing phase in a couple of minutes – plugin and runner code will be downloaded by Maven and executed by the plugin.

To download Test Runner see RCPTT Download Page.

Categories: Build and Deploy, Testing, Tools, UI

Additional Details

Organization Name: Xored Software Inc.

Development Status: Mature

Date Created: Friday, June 19, 2015 - 03:19

License: EPL

Date Updated: Friday, July 31, 2015 - 18:27

Submitted by: Ulyana Skorokhodova

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Hi,

Does RCPTT support Eclipse e4?

or do you still need to implement a Compatibility layer to support it?