The best source of truth for running tests (custom) and oci-conformance tests is to look at the latest GitHub workflow that runs them. We will also provide a brief example here.
First, clone django-oci
$ git clone https://github.com/vsoch/django-oci $ cd django-oci
Typically you’d be installing Django-OCI into your Django project. For the purposes of testing, we are going to use the example project. Note that you’ll need to either provide your own conformance binary, or use the one provided in the repository.
Create a Python environment to install dependencies to.
$ python -m venv env $ source env/bin/activate $ pip install -r tests/requirements.txt
At this point in the actions we would be downloading the opencontainers/distributon-spec. It’s assumed you have installed Go.
$ git clone -b v1.0.1 https://github.com/opencontainers/distribution-spec dist-spec $ cd dist-spec/conformance $ go mod vendor $ CGO_ENABLED=0 go test -c -o ../../conformance.test cd ../../
And then you can run two sets of tests. The first are Django based:
python manage.py makemigrations django_oci python manage.py makemigrations python manage.py migrate python manage.py migrate django_oci python manage.py test tests.test_api rm db-test.sqlite3
It’s important to remove the database at the end so we can start fresh. Next run the conformance tests.
python manage.py makemigrations django_oci python manage.py makemigrations python manage.py migrate python manage.py migrate django_oci DISABLE_AUTHENTICATION=yes python manage.py test tests.test_conformance
This will generate the report and junit.xml files in the present working directory. The files present in this repository were run with the distribution-spec, version 1.0.1.