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Docker Image to run Hook tests on a repository
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HookTest for Docker


Docker Image to run Hook tests on a repository

Set up

When you create a container using this image, you must set the data volume /sources to point to one of your local host directory. In this directory, you need to put the CapiTainS guideline repositories you want to use. The path/to/repository-root-folder should be a path where each folder represent a CapiTainS repository, such as PerseusDL/canonical-latinLit or OpenGreekAndLatin/csel-dev.

  • Command Line : docker run -i --name hooktest -v /path/to/repository-root-folder:/sources capitains/hooktest:latest

Commands

In the interactive panel run the following command depending on the scheme

  • ./tei.sh {foldername} where {foldername} represents the repository folder you have put in your local host directory set for sources. eg. ./tei.sh canonical-latinLit if canonical-latinLit is a repository at /home/capitains/Documents/repositories/ and that this folder is set for /sources.
  • ./epidoc.sh {foldername} where {foldername} represents the repository folder you have put in your local host directory set for sources. eg. ./tei.sh canonical-latinLit if canonical-latinLit is a repository at /home/capitains/Documents/repositories/ and that this folder is set for /sources.

Output

The command creates a result.json and a results.html page that provides file-by-file test results and put them in the tested directory.

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