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GHUnit is a test framework for Mac OS X and iOS. It can be used standalone or with other testing frameworks like SenTestingKit or GTM.
If you need support for asynchronous tests you might want to check out GRUnit which is a recent fork of this project.
$ gem install ghunit
This will edit your ProjectName.xcodeproj file and create a Tests target, scheme, and a sample test file.
$ ghunit install -n ProjectName
Create a new file named
Podfile in the directory that contains the your
.xcodeproj file, or edit it if it already exists.
# Podfile platform :ios, '6.0' target :Tests do pod 'GHUnit', '~> 0.5.9' end
Install your project's pods. CocoaPods will then download and configure the required libraries for your project:
$ pod install
Note: If you don't have a Tests target in your project, you will get an error: "[!] Unable to find a target named Tests". If you named your test target something different, such as "ProjectTests" then the Podfile target line should look like:
target :ProjectTests do instead.
You should use the
.xcworkspace file to work on your project:
$ open ProjectName.xcworkspace
$ ghunit install_cli -n ProjectName
Install ios-sim using homebrew:
$ brew install ios-sim
Now you can run tests from the command line:
$ ghunit run -n ProjectName
To generate a test in your test target with name SampleTest:
$ ghunit add -n ProjectName -f SampleTest
cd Project-iOS && make
GHUnitIOS.framework to your project
cd Project-MacOSX && make
GHUnit.framework to your project