An example that shows several features of EarlGrey.
EarlGreyExampleSwift is an app written in Swift that provides a showcase test ground.
EarlGreyExampleSwiftTests are test targets that exercise different functionalities provide by EarlGrey, written in Objective-C and Swift.
earlgrey_gem.yml allows configuring how the EarlGrey gem behaves when
pod install is run.
EarlGreyExampleSwiftTests: - add_swift: true - add_build_phase: true - add_framework: true
By default, all values are set to true. You don't need a yml config unless you want to disable certain options.
gem install earlgrey then
pod install from the directory where you have downloaded the source of the example, then
open EarlGreyExample.xcworkspace to open the example in xcode. Ensure that your version of CocoaPods is upgraded to the latest 1.x version since this project uses the 1.0.0 syntax. You can get the latest CocoaPods release version by running
gem install cocoapods.
Run the tests that you want to see in action.
From the directory containing the example source, run:
brew install carthage
gem install earlgrey
earlgrey install --carthage --swift-version=3.0 --target=EarlGreyExampleSwiftTests
carthage update EarlGrey --platform ios
Xcode should now allow you to execute the EarlGreyExampleSwiftTests tests. If you get a compile error, try the following:
rm -rf "$HOME/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData"
git reset --hard; git clean -dfx