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Introduzione

Test Framework non è in realtà un ambiente di modellazione, ma contiene un set di script Python per eseguire diversi test sui componenti principali di FreeCAD, al fine di eseguire il debug dei problemi. Vedere anche come eliminare gli errori.

You can run the tests from the command line, by using the -t or --run-test options.

Run all tests:

freecad --run-test 0

Run only some the specified unit test, for example:

freecad -t TestDraft

Test menu

Each top level directory in FreeCAD should have a file with the tests that can be run for that particular workbench or module. The file usually starts with the word Test.

To run a test from within FreeCAD, switch to the Test Workbench, then Test commands → TestToolsGui → Self test → Select test name, then enter the name of the Python file with the tests; for example, for the Draft Workbench, this would be TestDraft, then press Start.

Test functions

Funzioni di test

Questa è la lista delle applicazioni di test di 0.15 Git 4207:

TestAPP.All

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BaseTests

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UnitTests

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Document

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UnicodeTests

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MeshTestsApp

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TestDraft

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TestSketcherApp

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TestPartApp

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TestPartDesignApp

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TestPathApp

Path workbench test cases:

  • depthTestCases:
  • PathTestUtils:
  • TestDressupDogbone: Test functionality of Dogbone dressup.
  • TestHoldingTags: Test functionality of Holding Tags dressup.
  • TestPathAdaptive: Test selection capability of Adaptive operation.
  • TestPathCore: Test core functionality of Path workbench.
  • TestPathDeburr: Test general functionality of Deburr operation.
  • TestPathGeom: Test various functions available in the PathGeom module.
  • TestPathHelix: Test general functionality of Helix operation.
  • TestPathLog: Test various functions available in the PathLog debugging and feedback module.
  • TestPathOpTools:
  • TestPathPreferences: Test various functions available in the PathPreferences module.
  • TestPathPropertyBag:
  • TestPathSetupSheet:
  • TestPathStock:
  • TestPathThreadMilling:
  • TestPathTool:
  • TestPathToolBit:
  • TestPathToolController:
  • TestPathTooltable:
  • TestPathUtil: Test various functions available in the PathUtil module.
  • TestPathVcarve: Test general functionality of Vcarve operation.
  • TestPathVoronoi:

Workbench

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Menu

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Menu.MenuDeleteCases

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Menu.MenuCreateCases

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Scripting

See also: FreeCAD Scripting Basics.

Example 1

Within the Python Console of FreeCAD, the following code format may be used to run built-in tests. Replace the red "TestFem" text in the code below with the desired module test name.

  • For example, use "TestPathApp" to run all unit tests for the Path workbench unit test framework.
  • Submodules are available using dot notation, like "TestPathApp.TestPathAdaptive" to only run the Adaptive unit tests within the greater Path workbench test framework.
  • Multiple test modules or submodules may be combined by adding another `suite.addTest(...)` method call just like the one in the code below, but with a different module or submodule reference.
  • Output for the code below will be in the Report View panel within the FreeCAD GUI.
  • Code source is copied from post by FreeCAD forum user, sgrogan, in the unit tests per python topic, with credit there given to forum user, wmayer.
import unittest
suite = unittest.TestSuite()
suite.addTest(unittest.defaultTestLoader.loadTestsFromName("TestFem"))
r = unittest.TextTestRunner()
r.run(suite)

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