I so wish there was a way not to mess with files under git's control. Can
that option be exposed through the local user config file?
On May 31, 2013 6:59 PM, "Ori Livneh" <ori(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
On Fri, May 31, 2013 at 9:51 AM, Yuri Astrakhan
This is an awesome news! Just to through some
magic dust into gears - has
anyone succeeded in running it under windows? Alternativelly, I wouldn't
mind having a vagrant VM that includes GUI & a browser so that no host
interaction is needed.
The tests run on Firefox / X11 on the guest VM. To invoke them from a
'vagrant ssh' session, though, you need an X display server. Graphical
Linuxes have all the prerequisites installed, and on OS X you just need to
install XQuartz. On Windows, people have good things to say about NoMachine
) but I haven't
it myself and while the client is free as in beer, it is not open source.
There is another alternative that you'll probably find simpler: edit your
Vagrantfile and find these two lines:
# To boot the VM in graphical mode, uncomment the following line:
# vb.gui = true
Uncomment the second line and do a vagrant halt / vagrant up. You'll then
be able to run the browser tests on an X display server running on the
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