moosh comes with vagrant setup, which will give you the following moosh development environment:
% git clone https://github.com/tmuras/moosh % vagrant up
Your Moodle 3.1 is now available at http://192.168.33.10/moodle/ (login "admin", password "a"). PhpMyAdmin URL is http://192.168.33.10/phpmyadmin (MySQL login "root" and "mypassword).
Once you SSH into your box with:
% vagrant ssh
You can run moosh inside the Moodle 3.1 installation:
% cd /var/www/html/moodle % moosh user-list
The source code of moosh is under vagrant's home in /home/vagrant/moosh-src and calling "moosh" command will actually call /home/vagrant/moosh-src/moosh.php.
The directory /home/vagrant/moosh-src is shared with your host machine as "moosh-src", in directory where you have cloned the git repository. This is so you can use your favourite IDE on your host PC.
So - no excuses now - use pre-configured environment, develop some awesome moosh commands and send them to me!
You can use global option -t (or long version --performance) to show extra performance information collected while the command runs:
% mooshdev -t course-backup 2 ... <output cut> ... *** PERFORMANCE INFORMATION *** Run from 2014-11-26T11:21:15+01:00 to 2014-11-26T11:21:16+01:00 Real time run 0.667 seconds Server load before running the command: 0.14 0.16 0.16 1/584 6180 Server load after: 0.14 0.16 0.16 1/584 6180 Ticks: 67 user: 36 sys: 3 cuser: 0 csys: 0 Memory use before command run (internal/real): 19058864/19136512 (18.18 MB/18.25 MB) Memory use after: 42252496/44040192 (40.30 MB/42.00 MB) Memory peak: 43679224/45088768 (41.66 MB/43.00 MB) *******************************
There are no unit tests implemented for testing moosh at the moment. Instead, a set of functional tests have been developed. They are basically very simple bash scripts located in tests directory and named after command they test, e.g.:
is used to test moosh file-list command.
All tests start with some common boilerplate:
#!/bin/bash source functions.sh install_db install_data cd $MOODLEDIR
and then the test of the commmand is performed. Script should return (exit) with 0 if test is a success, with 1 otherwise. Here is test from file-list.sh:
if moosh file-list id=6 | grep -w "grumpycat"; then exit 0 else exit 1 fi
All tests are then run with run-tests.php script, which in turn will generate status on the continues integration page.
Notice in the test above that test suite assumes there is Moodle instance already setup and it contains a file called "grumpycat". All commands will be run in a known, prepared environment with users, courses pre-created. “install moodle” means restoring Moodle DB and data from prepared snapshot.
Some scripts use sudo chown command to operate on Moodle data, so to let them run without prompting for password add something like this to /etc/sudoers (use visudo to edit):
%adm ALL = NOPASSWD: /bin/chown, /bin/chmod
Then make sure your shell user is in group adm.
Create 2 directories for Moodle data, eg: ~/data/moosh-test/moodledata25 and ~/data/moosh-test/moodledata26. Give apache user write access to Moodle data dirs.
Create 2 empty databases: mooshtest_25 and mooshtest_26.
#Get Moodle source code for 2.6 and 2.7 cd ~/www/html/moosh/ git clone https://github.com/moodle/moodle.git moodle25 cd moodle25 git checkout 3d176316cc1791e258a7c1b2118fd35976c9bcae cp config-dist.php config.php #configure settings in config.php down to & including $CFG->dataroot cd ~/www/html/moosh/ cp -r moodle25 moodle26 cd moodle26 git checkout ba05f57 cp config-dist.php config.php #configure settings in config.php down to & including $CFG->dataroot git clone https://github.com/tmuras/moosh cd moosh/tests #Configure DATA,DB,DBUSER and DBPASSWORD in restore_all.sh and run it ./restore_all.sh
Login to Moodle instances (e.g. http://localhost/moosh/moodle26/) as 'admin' using password 'a' and check if it works OK after restore.
cp config-template.sh config25.sh cp config-template.sh config26.sh #configure variables in config25.sh and config26.sh #run tests, several should pass but some eventually fail: php run-tests.php
Create new plugin/update existing one. You can use moosh itself to generate a new command from a template for you:
moosh generate-moosh category-command
Update this README.md file with the example on how to use your plugin.
You can add your own, local commands to moosh by storing them in the same structure as moosh does but under ~/.moosh. For example, to create your custom command dev-mytest that works with any Moodle version, you would put it under: