Mirza

Issue while Integrating PHPUnit into Processwire

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Hi All,

I am trying to include the unit tests into our project which is in Processwire(I love it).

Directory structure for the same will be shown below

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Here PWTestCase.php is the parent file where it is getting inherited from the PHPUNIT framework TestCase class and It is in same namespace ProcessWire; as shown below

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Now I have a basic unit test(FuncTest.php as shown below) to check the language calling the function getLanguage() residing in site/templates/_func.php.

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***when try to run this test, getting undefined function getLanguage as shown below***

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Since I am using namespace ProcessWire; & bootstraping processwire in PWTestCase why i am not able to access functions? Can you please suggest where i am going wrong?

Thanks in advance.

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