Home » Php » php – Unable to run unit tests in PHPStorm's IDE

php – Unable to run unit tests in PHPStorm's IDE

Posted by: admin April 23, 2020 Leave a comment

Questions:

When I run vendor/bin/phpunit my tests all run successfully. However, when I right click on a tests file and click “Run tests” I end up seeing:

/usr/local/bin/php -dxdebug.coverage_enable=1 /private/var/folders/bj/t2w187x158g7rgghctgknwb80000gn/T/ide-phpunit.php --coverage-clover /Users/bkuhl/Library/Caches/WebIde70/coverage/services$tests.coverage --no-configuration /Users/bkuhl/Projects/myproject/services/app/tests
Testing started at 3:09 PM ...

Fatal error: Class IDE_PHPUnit_Framework_TestListener contains 1 abstract method and must therefore be declared abstract or implement the remaining methods (PHPUnit_Framework_TestListener::addRiskyTest) in /private/var/folders/bj/t2w187x158g7rgghctgknwb80000gn/T/ide-phpunit.php on line 504
PHP Fatal error:  Class IDE_PHPUnit_Framework_TestListener contains 1 abstract method and must therefore be declared abstract or implement the remaining methods (PHPUnit_Framework_TestListener::addRiskyTest) in /private/var/folders/bj/t2w187x158g7rgghctgknwb80000gn/T/ide-phpunit.php on line 504
Call Stack:
    0.0008     340040   1. {main}() /private/var/folders/bj/t2w187x158g7rgghctgknwb80000gn/T/ide-phpunit.php:0

PHP Stack trace:
PHP   1. {main}() /private/var/folders/bj/t2w187x158g7rgghctgknwb80000gn/T/ide-phpunit.php:0

Process finished with exit code 255

I have PHPStorm configured to use path/to/vendor/autoload.php

enter image description here
I’ve temporarily changed the path of this directory for the purpose of this screenshot, but it is a perfectly valid path.

Has anyone run into issues using PHPStorm’s ability to run your tests?

composer.json:

"require-dev": {
    "way/generators": "dev-master",
    "way/laravel-test-helpers": "dev-master",
    "mockery/mockery": "*",
    "codeception/aspect-mock": "*",
    "phpunit/phpunit": "3.9.*@dev"
},
How to&Answers:

PhpStorm uses wrapper/helper script when executing PHPUnit tests (for integration purposes: monitor execution progress, stack trace etc).

At the moment that helper script does not support PHPUnit 3.8 or 3.9 — only 3.7 and below.

Corresponding ticket: http://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/WI-21666 — watch it (star/vote/comment) to get notified when it will be resolved.

P.S.
This issue is now fixed and fix will be available in next public EAP build (newer than current 134.1456).

Answer:

Another solution:
Set

"phpunit/phpunit": "3.7"

in composer.json

and run

composer update 

Then the issue will be resolved.

this worked for me also…

IntelliJ IDEA won't run PHPUnit 4.0 tests

Answer:

Some user named andriy komm added solution based on manual fixing of php plugin in IDE in ticket thread (http://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/WI-21666):

A workaround until it is fixed:

  1. go to /plugins/php/lib

  2. make a backup of php.jar

  3. Use whatever tool you have to open the file, usually zip or other compress tools or under ubuntu the file roller.

  4. Go to scripts/phpunit.php

  5. Modify it, searching for the “IDE_PHPUnit_Framework_TestListener” class and adding there the following line:

public function addRiskyTest(PHPUnit_Framework_Test $test, Exception
$e, $time) {}
6. save the file and update the php.jar

Note 1: depending on OS and tool you use, you might have to unpack
the .jar to modify and compress it back to jar again. Using file
roller on ubuntu I could skip this step, edit the file and update the
jar directly.

Editing the /tmp/ide-phpunit.php DOES not help, because it get
overriden by the phpunit.php file, which I mentioned above.

Note 2: Also depending on the version, you might find the php.jar
elsewhere:

Either here: Go to your users home directory (windows/linux) and
search vor a hidden directory .Webide, while is a number
depending on your phpstorm version (e. G. .Webide70)

Or here: I think earlier versions were named like .IntelliJIdea
while is a number depending on your phpstorm version.

And there use the same path (/plugins/php/lib)

Worked for me (Windows 7, PHPStorm 7, #PS-133.982).