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Require MySQL 8.0, PostgreSQL 12, MSSQL 2012 (#27337)
- MySQL 5.7 support and testing is dropped
- MySQL tests now execute against 8.1, up from 5.7 and 8.0
- PostgreSQL 10 and 11 support ist dropped
- PostgreSQL tests now execute against 16, up from 15
- MSSQL 2008 support is dropped
- MSSQL tests now run against locked 2022 version

Fixes: https://github.com/go-gitea/gitea/issues/25657

Ref: https://endoflife.date/mysql
Ref: https://endoflife.date/postgresql
Ref: https://endoflife.date/mssqlserver

## ⚠️ BREAKING ⚠️

Support for MySQL 5.7, PostgreSQL 10 and 11, and MSSQL 2008 is dropped.
You are encouraged to upgrade to supported versions.

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Co-authored-by: techknowlogick <techknowlogick@gitea.com>
2023-10-03 13:27:57 -04:00
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README.md Require MySQL 8.0, PostgreSQL 12, MSSQL 2012 (#27337) 2023-10-03 13:27:57 -04:00
e2e_test.go Refactor tests (#26464) 2023-08-12 16:30:16 +00:00
example.test.e2e.js Change green buttons to primary color (#27099) 2023-09-18 22:05:31 +00:00
utils_e2e.js Change green buttons to primary color (#27099) 2023-09-18 22:05:31 +00:00
utils_e2e_test.go Refactor tests (#26464) 2023-08-12 16:30:16 +00:00

README.md

End to end tests

E2e tests largely follow the same syntax as integration tests. Whereas integration tests are intended to mock and stress the back-end, server-side code, e2e tests the interface between front-end and back-end, as well as visual regressions with both assertions and visual comparisons. They can be run with make commands for the appropriate backends, namely:

make test-sqlite
make test-pgsql
make test-mysql
make test-mssql

Make sure to perform a clean front-end build before running tests:

make clean frontend

Install playwright system dependencies

npx playwright install-deps

Run all tests via local act_runner

act_runner exec -W ./.github/workflows/pull-e2e-tests.yml --event=pull_request --default-actions-url="https://github.com" -i catthehacker/ubuntu:runner-latest

Run sqlite e2e tests

Start tests

make test-e2e-sqlite

Run MySQL e2e tests

Setup a MySQL database inside docker

docker run -e "MYSQL_DATABASE=test" -e "MYSQL_ALLOW_EMPTY_PASSWORD=yes" -p 3306:3306 --rm --name mysql mysql:latest #(just ctrl-c to stop db and clean the container)
docker run -p 9200:9200 -p 9300:9300 -e "discovery.type=single-node" --rm --name elasticsearch elasticsearch:7.6.0 #(in a second terminal, just ctrl-c to stop db and clean the container)

Start tests based on the database container

TEST_MYSQL_HOST=localhost:3306 TEST_MYSQL_DBNAME=test TEST_MYSQL_USERNAME=root TEST_MYSQL_PASSWORD='' make test-e2e-mysql

Run pgsql e2e tests

Setup a pgsql database inside docker

docker run -e "POSTGRES_DB=test" -p 5432:5432 --rm --name pgsql postgres:latest #(just ctrl-c to stop db and clean the container)

Start tests based on the database container

TEST_PGSQL_HOST=localhost:5432 TEST_PGSQL_DBNAME=test TEST_PGSQL_USERNAME=postgres TEST_PGSQL_PASSWORD=postgres make test-e2e-pgsql

Run mssql e2e tests

Setup a mssql database inside docker

docker run -e "ACCEPT_EULA=Y" -e "MSSQL_PID=Standard" -e "SA_PASSWORD=MwantsaSecurePassword1" -p 1433:1433 --rm --name mssql microsoft/mssql-server-linux:latest #(just ctrl-c to stop db and clean the container)

Start tests based on the database container

TEST_MSSQL_HOST=localhost:1433 TEST_MSSQL_DBNAME=gitea_test TEST_MSSQL_USERNAME=sa TEST_MSSQL_PASSWORD=MwantsaSecurePassword1 make test-e2e-mssql

Running individual tests

Example command to run example.test.e2e.js test file:

Note: unlike integration tests, this filtering is at the file level, not function

For SQLite:

make test-e2e-sqlite#example

For other databases(replace mssql to mysql or pgsql):

TEST_MSSQL_HOST=localhost:1433 TEST_MSSQL_DBNAME=test TEST_MSSQL_USERNAME=sa TEST_MSSQL_PASSWORD=MwantsaSecurePassword1 make test-e2e-mssql#example

Visual testing

Although the main goal of e2e is assertion testing, we have added a framework for visual regress testing. If you are working on front-end features, please use the following:

  • Check out main, make clean frontend, and run e2e tests with VISUAL_TEST=1 to generate outputs. This will initially fail, as no screenshots exist. You can run the e2e tests again to assert it passes.
  • Check out your branch, make clean frontend, and run e2e tests with VISUAL_TEST=1. You should be able to assert you front-end changes don't break any other tests unintentionally.

VISUAL_TEST=1 will create screenshots in tests/e2e/test-snapshots. The test will fail the first time this is enabled (until we get visual test image persistence figured out), because it will be testing against an empty screenshot folder.

ACCEPT_VISUAL=1 will overwrite the snapshot images with new images.