Org-mode comes already with a Makefile that defines
This functionality now needs to be brought to automatic CI servers (even if it's only used as convinience function).
On top of that many advanced features like org-babel need many prerequisites installed, that most people will not have on their machines.
This repository tried to address those two issues:
This repository contains SourceHut (sr.ht) build manifests to test latest Org against the three latest stable versions of GNU Emacs (26, 27, 28) in Debian (oldstable, stable, unstable. Those manifests are stored in the .builds folder.
The .builds directory also contains other manifests for performing tests when a change is pushed on this repository.
make, used inside the container)
rake -Tto see all available tasks. In general its
org-mode-tests repository is separated from the org-mode
sources, those need to be linked into the org-mode-tests folder at
ln -s ~/org-mode . when in the org-mode-tests
directory). Then see
rake -T for available tasks.
The images create by the rakefile are all named
Some environment variables are passed to the container to fine tune the tests:
ORG_TEST_ERROR_ON_WARN(true|false) is used to fail the build also on warnings (e.g. byte-compile warnings).
ORG_TEST_REGEX(regex) is used to run only a subset of tests.
Org tests are run from the
orgmode.org. A cronjob calls the
mk/run-tests.sh script which triggers the builds.
Here are the rules:
If the repository didn't change, don't run the tests.
If the repository changed, report new test failures to the org-build-failures mailing list.
If the repository changed and the last test against a specific Emacs version failed, report new failures against this Emacs version to the test maintainers.
.ymlfile more precisely.
Code in this repository is released under the GNU General Public License 3.0 or any later version of it (see COPYING).