Gemini is configured using
.gemini.yml file at the root of the project.
Complete example with all available settings looks like this, but you'll need to specify only a few settings specific for your project:
rootUrl: https://example.com/root gridUrl: http://webdriber.example.com desiredCapabilities: commonThing: value calibrate: false tolerance: 3.5 httpTimeout: 5000 screenshotsDir: './screens' windowSize: 1600x1080 sessionsPerBrowser: 2 suitesPerSession: 100 browsers: chrome-latest: desiredCapabilities: version: "37.0" browserName: chrome platform: LINUX firefox-latest: rootUrl: https://example.com/special-for-ff screenshotsDir: './ff-screens' calibrate: true desiredCapabilities: version: "31.0" browserName: firefox platform: LINUX sets: ff: files: - gemini/ff browsers: - firefox-latest chrome: files: - gemini/chrome browsers: - chrome-latest system: projectRoot: ../project sourceRoot: ../project/src plugins: teamcity: true debug: true parallelLimit: 3 diffColor: '#ff0000' coverage: enabled: true exclude: - libs/** - "*.blocks/**/*.tests/blocks/**" - "*.blocks/**/*.tests/*.blocks/**" html: false
There is a
system section in the config file, which contains global
settings. These settings can not be set per-browser.
projectRoot– root directory of a project. All relative paths in config or options will be resolved relatively to it. By default it is the directory config file is placed in.
sourceRoot– directory which contains the source files. Local sources will be used in the coverage report when the source map is available, but the sources can not be downloaded via URLs from the test pages. By default, it is equal to
plugins- list of plugins to enable. Should have form of
pluginName: settings. For example:
Each plugin should be an installed npm package named
debug– turn on debug logging to the terminal.
parallelLimit– by default,
geminiwill run all browsers simultaneously. Sometimes (i.e. when using cloud services, such as SauceLabs) you have a limit of a number of browser that can be run once at a time. Use this option to limit the number of browsers that
geminiwill try to run in parallel.
diffColor– specifies color which will be used to highlight differences between images. Specified in hexadecimal RGB (
#RRGGBB). Magenta by default (
geminican gather and report CSS tests coverage. It supports source maps, so you can get the report even if you are using preprocessor or minifier. The JSON and html reports are saved to
gemini-coveragedirectory. There are many settings under this section:
enabled– set to
trueto enable coverage reporting.
exclude– array of file paths or glob patterns to exclude from coverage report. For example:
yaml system: coverage: exclude: - libs/** - path/to/some.css -
html- set to false to disable html report and save only JSON.
These settings specify the configuration of each browser used for tests. Each setting can be specified in two ways:
- At the top level of a config file. This way it affects all browsers.
- Inside the
browserssection. This way it will affect only one browser and override top level value.
Format of the browsers section:
<browser-id> value is used for browser identification in test reports and
for constructing screens file names.
rootUrl(required) – the root URL of your website. Target URLs of your test suites will be resolved relatively to it.
desiredCapabilities(required) - WebDriver DesiredCapabilites for the browser. Per-browser value will be merged with top-level value instead of overriding it.
gridUrl– WebDriver URL to use for taking screenshots. By default is http://localhost:4444/wd/hub
calibrate- does this browser need to perform the calibration procedure. This procedure allows to correctly capture the image in case the particular WebDriver implementation captures browser UI along with web page. Enabled by default. If you are sure this is not the case for your WebDriver, you can disable it by setting this option to
httpTimeout- timeout for HTTP requests to WebDriver, milliseconds. By default the server timeout is used.
screenshotsDir– directory to save reference screenshots to.
tolerance- indicates maximum allowed CIEDE2000 difference between colors. Used only in non-strict mode. By default it's 2.3 which should be enough for the most cases. Increasing global default is not recommended, prefer changing tolerance for particular suites or states instead.
windowSize– specify browser window dimensions (i.e.
1600x1200). If not specified, the size of the window depends on WebDriver.
sessionPerBrowser- how many WebDriver sessions can be launched simultaneously for this browser. Default is 1. Increase the value if you want to speed up your tests.
suitesPerSession- maximum amount of test suites to run in each web driver session. After limit is reached, session gets closed and new session gets started. By default is
.inf(no limit). Set to smaller number if you are experiencing stability problems.
retry– maximum amount of relaunch fallen tests with a critical error. If not specified, the fallen tests will not be relaunched (by default it's 0).
You can link some set of tests with certain browsers using
Format of the
sets: <set-name>: files: - <dir-with-test-files> ... browsers: - <browser-id-to-test-in> ...
files- list of test files or directories with test files. Should be relative to project root directory.
geminiby default. Can be a string if you want to specify just one file or directory.
browsers- list of browser ids to run tests specified in
files. All browsers by default.
If no sets specified then default set named
all with all defaults will be created.
All options can also be overridden via command-line flags or environment variables. Priorities are the following:
command-line option has the highest priority. It overrides environment variable and config file value.
environment variable has second priority. It overrides config file value.
config file value has the lowest priority.
if no command-line option, environment variable or config file option specified, default is used.
To override config setting with CLI option, convert full option path to
--kebab-case. For example, if you want to run tests against different root
gemini test --root-url http://example.com
To save screenshots for IE9 to different location (considering you have
ie9 id in the config):
gemini gather --browsers-ie9-screenshots-dir ./ie9-screens
To override setting with environment variable, convert its full path to
snake_case and add
gemini_ prefix. Above examples can be rewritten to use
environment variables instead of CLI options:
gemini_root_url=http://example.com gemini test gemini_browsers_ie9_screenshots_dir=./ie9-screens gemini gather