I have been searching for some unit tests for the program iText with no luck. Is anyone aware of any such tests? Also, does anyone know if the developers use any automatic testing tools on iText, such as Jenkins?
Posted on StackOverflow on Feb 21, 2014 by user3338813
Internally, we use Jenkins as well as TeamCity.
We have two types of tests:
- The tests that are added when new core functionality is added. You can find these where Maven expects them: each Maven project has a src directory with 2 sub directories:
test. For instance: if you look at iText kernel, you'll find the released stuff here and the tests here. Most of these tests are built on top of our testutils and abstract test classes.
- The tests that are added when we get questions on SO or when we create code samples for the books. For these we create a sample inherited from GenericTest class and annotate that with SampleTest category. You need to follow a specific pattern when writing a sample: always use
DEST for source PDFs and resulting PDFs, always use a
manipulatePdf() method, and always give the cmp file the same name as the
DEST file prefixed with
In both cases, you'll find PDF files of which the name starts with
cmp_, see for instance the filling of the sandbox folder for the examples.
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