A basic template for Nginx and WordPress running on Travis CI's container based infrastructure.
What is the purpose of this repo?
Do you need to run some automated tests that rely on Nginx on Travis CI? Do you want those tests to run on the Docker container-based infrastructure? Are you pulling your hair out trying to get this all to work? Then this repo is for you.
Travis CI does not come with Nginx pre-installed so the install needs to be scripted. Since Travis CI's container-based infrastructure doesn't allow sudo privileges this installation is non-trivial. Hopefully, by providing this repo I can save someone some hassle trying to get Nginx set up for their project.
Installation and Usage
The script is tailored on Travis CI PHP build images and might not work in every situation. Below is an basic example of
# .travis.yml language: php services: - mysql cache: apt: true directories: - $HOME/.composer/cache/files addons: apt: packages: - nginx hosts: - wp.dev php: - 7.1 - 7.2 - nightly env: global: - COMPOSER_NO_INTERACTION=1 matrix: - WP_VERSION=nightly - WP_VERSION=latest - WP_VERSION=4.9.3 - WP_VERSION=4.8.5 before_install: # Install helper scripts - composer global require --prefer-dist "typisttech/travis-nginx-wordpress:^1.0.0" - export PATH=$HOME/.composer/vendor/bin:$PATH - tnw-install-nginx - tnw-install-wordpress - tnw-prepare-codeception install: # Build the test suites - cd $TRAVIS_BUILD_DIR - composer install -n --prefer-dist - vendor/bin/codecept build -n script: # Run the tests - cd $TRAVIS_BUILD_DIR - vendor/bin/codecept run -n --coverage --coverage-xml after_script: - tnw-upload-coverage-to-scrutinizer - tnw-upload-coverage-to-codecov
And, this is an basic example of
codeception.dist.yml which compatible with the above Travis settings:
# codeception.dist.yml actor: Tester paths: tests: tests log: tests/_output data: tests/_data helpers: tests/_support settings: bootstrap: _bootstrap.php colors: true memory_limit: 1024M coverage: enabled: true include: - src/my-plugin/* exclude: - src/my-plugin/partials/* params: [env] # get parameters from environment vars modules: config: WPDb: dsn: 'mysql:host=localhost;dbname=wordpress' user: 'root' password: '' dump: 'tests/_data/dump.sql' url: 'http://wp.dev:8080' WPBrowser: url: 'http://wp.dev:8080' adminUsername: 'admin' adminPassword: 'password' adminPath: '/wp-admin' WordPress: depends: WPDb wpRootFolder: '/tmp/wordpress' adminUsername: 'admin' adminPassword: 'password' WPLoader: wpRootFolder: '/tmp/wordpress' dbName: 'wordpress_int' dbHost: 'localhost' dbUser: 'root' dbPassword: '' tablePrefix: 'int_wp_' domain: 'wordpress.dev' adminEmail: '[email protected]' WPWebDriver: url: 'http://wp.dev:8080' port: 4444 window_size: '1024x768' adminUsername: 'admin' adminPassword: 'password' adminPath: '/wp-admin'
The default scripts install WordPress core on
/tmp/wordpress and serve it at
You can customize the build via environment variables. Check the variables of the functions in the bin director for available configuration.
How does it works?
All of the setup scripts are located in the bin directory and template files are in the tpl directory. They are short and basic so it should be relatively easy to follow. The repository defines 6 setup scripts:
- Install WordPress
- Setup Nginx to serve a website from a folder on a local domain
- Upload test coverage to codecov.io
- Upload test coverage to Scrutinizer
The WordPress installation is done through the tnw-install-wordpress bash script. The basic install process goes as follows:
- Create the WordPress database.
- Download WordPress core.
- Generate the
- Note that
define( 'AUTOMATIC_UPDATER_DISABLED', true );is added.
- Note that
- Install the WordPress database.
The Nginx installation is done through the tnw-install-nginx bash script. The basic install process goes as follows:
- Install Nginx using the apt addon via entries in the .travis.yml file.
- Copy the configuration templates to a new directory while replacing placeholders with environment variables.
- Start php-fpm and Nginx with our custom configuration file instead of the default.
The Codeception preparation is done through the tnw-prepare-codeception bash script. The basic install process goes as follows:
phantomjspath to the TravisCI one in
- Create an extra database for testing.
- Import database dump to WordPress.
- Upgrade the WordPress database.
- Export the WordPress database dump for later use.
phantomjs path must be wrapped in single quotes.
extensions: enabled: - Codeception\Extension\Phantoman config: Codeception\Extension\Phantoman: path: '/usr/bin/phantomjs' port: 4444 suites: ['acceptance']
The Codecov.io test coverage uploading is done through the tnw-upload-coverage-to-codecov bash script. The basic install process goes as follows:
- Run the codecov-bash script.
The Scrutinizer CI test coverage uploading is done through the tnw-upload-coverage-to-scrutinizer bash script. The basic install process goes as follows:
- Download ocular.
- Upload the test coverage file to Scrutinizer CI.
Nginx gives alert messages during start which is safe to ignore.
$ install-nginx [26-Dec-2046 00:00:00] NOTICE: [pool travis] 'user' directive is ignored when FPM is not running as root nginx: [alert] could not open error log file: open() "/var/log/nginx/error.log" failed (13: Permission denied)
- Running Nginx as a Non-Root User
- Travis CI Nginx Test (the original repo)
- Travis CI Apache Virtualhost configuration script
Real life examples that use this package
Here you go:
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