PHPUnit Testing

How to find the reason for a risky test in PHPUnit ?

Recently I started phpUnit testing, and I found some of the test are flagging as risky. Most of the time I able figure bout reason but some time it very time consuming and also there isn’t any messages from PHPUnit.

PHPUnit 4.4.5 by Sebastian Bergmann.

Configuration read from phpunit.xml.dist

R.................R.R..R

Time: 14,17 seconds, Memory: 52,50Mb

OK, but incomplete, skipped, or risky tests!
Tests: 24, Assertions: 52, Risky: 4.

Finally I found a soultion and it is very simple( How I can forgot about -v flag !! )

 phpunit -v|--verbose              Output more verbose information.

Stay tuned, more testing related post probably writing 🙂

Get php class file path from class name – ReflectionClass

During development of common library for WordPress plugins and themes ( WordPress development helper library ), I just want to find from which plugin it is called ( I just want to debug the code, but I used in many plugins and i am not able to track from which plugin it is actually loading ).

Then  I found about ReflectionClass,  reports information about a class.

You can read more detail about ReflectionClass from php.net.

Here is how to get file path from class name

$autoloader_reflector = new ReflectionClass("RT_WP_Autoload");
$class_file_nanme = $autoloader_reflector->getFileName();
echo dirname($class_file_nanme);

This is same as reflection api in java, There are some good reflection examples to get you started reflection api in java at http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/reflect/index.html

Debug WordPress, BuddyPress, WooCommerce javascript

By default in production mode WordPress, BuddyPress and WooCommerce use minified version of css and javascript.

If you are developer and want to debug any core(WordPress) and plugins(BuddyPress and WooCommerce) script or css file then just add following line in your wp-config.php file.

define('SCRIPT_DEBUG', true);