Docker tools to simplify PHPT creation

Hello everyone,

I was trying to find a simple workflow to create and run PHPT against
multiple versions of PHP (rather then compiling all of them locally) and I
couldn't. So, as part of the PHPTestFest2017 initiative, we (a couple of
devs from PHPSP and PHP Dublin user groups) built a small tool to create, a
very simple and straight forward, way to write and run PHPT for PHP 55, 56,
70, 71 and 72alpha2.

https://github.com/herdphp/docker-phpqa

I have sent a message on twitter to Ben Ramsey about it and he asked to
send it here with more details. Hope that the tools helps during the
festival! Please feel free to give feedback and contribute.

Regards,
@brunoric

Hi Bruno,
I was wondering if you might be able to speak to my recent post on this
group about accessing .out files from phpqa. I'm copying the main points
below. Thanks for your attention!

Best,
Clinton

"In preparation for the event, I followed the “Using docker-phpqa” tutorial
(https://phptestfest.org/tutorials/phpqa-tutorial/) as well as watched
Sammy Kaye Powers’ videos.

I am able to run tests successfully with phpqa; however, I can’t figure out
how to access the .out logs from phpqa- which will be important for
spotting differences between the expected and actual output. (
https://github.com/herdphp/docker-phpqa/blob/master/docs/how_to_PHPT.md#now-lets-see-the-log-files
)

I’m running this on Docker CE for Mac OS X.

Is there something I’m missing?

Any insight you might have would be great. Thanks so much for all your
great work!
"

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On Sunday, June 25, 2017 at 4:22:37 PM UTC-5, Bruno Ricardo Siqueira wrote:

Hello everyone,

I was trying to find a simple workflow to create and run PHPT against
multiple versions of PHP (rather then compiling all of them locally) and I
couldn't. So, as part of the PHPTestFest2017 initiative, we (a couple of
devs from PHPSP and PHP Dublin user groups) built a small tool to create, a
very simple and straight forward, way to write and run PHPT for PHP 55, 56,
70, 71 and 72alpha2.

https://github.com/herdphp/docker-phpqa

I have sent a message on twitter to Ben Ramsey about it and he asked to
send it here with more details. Hope that the tools helps during the
festival! Please feel free to give feedback and contribute.

Regards,
@brunoric