Outsourcing WordPress installation in Travis CI and WPBrowser testing.
As announce in the previous post I’ve spent some time tinkering with wp-browser own Travis CI configuration file to move the boilerplate set up code needed to install WordPress and set up the Apache web server to a different repository.
As I fell through the cracks of the age old discussion of getopt versus getopts I’ve also refined the two scripts to have a more comprehensible “interface” (still CLI commands though).
The WordPress installation script will rely on wp-cli to get the job done and will install WordPress with some sensible and overrideable defaults.
The wp-browser configuration file calls it covering all of the supported options:
- wp-install --dir=/tmp/wordpress --dbname="$wpDbName" \ --dbuser="root" --dbpass="" --dbprefix=wp_ \ --domain="wordpress.dev" --title="Test" --base=/ \ --admin_user=admin --admin_password=admin \ [email protected] --theme=twentysixteen \ --multisite --subdomains --empty
The command options are named after the ones the config and install will accept and will be used to call the
wp-cli command itself.
The only addition I’ve made is the
--empty option: if specified the script will “empty” the just installed site of any post, plugin and theme save the activated one.
Now that what can be reused I’ve refactored out I will finally set up Travis CI integration on a real WordPress plugin, the “I’d like this” one.