Commit 11d7fdce authored by Ryan C. Thompson's avatar Ryan C. Thompson Committed by Jorgen Schäfer

Add "--help" option to buttercup command-line script

parent 4128f3e5
......@@ -7,12 +7,57 @@ else
EMACS_BIN="${EMACS:-emacs}"
fi
usage () {
cat <<EOF
$0 [OPTIONS] [DIRS]
Buttercup will search recursively in each of DIRS for test files (any
elisp file starting with "test-" or ending with "-test.el" or
"-tests.el"). It will load all of those files and then run the tests
defined in those files. If no directories are specified, buttercup
will search in the current directory.
Options can include the options described below, as well as the
standard Emacs options "--directory", "--funcall", "--load", "--eval",
and "--execute". These Emacs options should be used to ensure that any
Elisp files required for the tests can be found in Emacs' load path.
For package testing, "-L ." is commonly used. See "emacs --help" for
more information on Emacs options.
Buttercup options:
--pattern, -p PATTERN Only run tests with names matching PATTERN.
This option can be used multiple times, in
which case tests will be run if they match
any of the given patterns.
--no-color, -c Do not colorize test output.
--traceback STYLE When printing backtraces for errors that occur
during tests, print them in the chosen
STYLE. Available styles are "full", which
shows the full function call for each stack
frame on a single line, "crop", which
truncates each stack frame to 80 characters
(the default), and "pretty", which uses
Emacs' pretty-printing facilities to print
each stack frame, and also annotates each
frame with a lambda or M to indicate whether
it is a normal function call or a
macro/special form.
EOF
}
EMACS_ARGS=()
BUTTERCUP_ARGS=()
while [[ "$#" -gt 0 ]]
do
case "$1" in
"-h"|"--help")
usage
exit
;;
"-L"|"--directory"|"-f"|"--funcall"|"-l"|"--load"|"--eval"|"--execute")
EMACS_ARGS+=("$1")
EMACS_ARGS+=("$2")
......@@ -29,6 +74,12 @@ do
BUTTERCUP_ARGS+=("$1")
shift
;;
"--traceback")
BUTTERCUP_ARGS+=("$1")
BUTTERCUP_ARGS+=("$2")
shift
shift
;;
*)
BUTTERCUP_ARGS+=("$1")
shift
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