[erlang-questions] rebar3 and ct

Alexander Petrovsky <>
Mon Mar 28 11:15:07 CEST 2016


Unfortunately it's doesn't work:

-{ct_opts, [{alias, myapp, "./test/"}, {logdir, "./logs/"}, {suites, myapp,
> all}]}.
> +{ct_opts, [{dir, "./test"}]}.


I have the same problem:

===> sh(cp -Rp /Users/juise/Documents/myapp/test/myapp_shaper_SUITE.beam
> /Users/juise/Documents/myapp/test/myapp_shaper_SUITE.erl
> /Users/juise/Documents/myapp/test/TEST-file_"myapp.app".xml
> "/Users/juise/Documents/myapp/_build/test/lib/myapp/test")
> failed with return code 1 and the following output:
> cp: /Users/juise/Documents/myapp/test/TEST-file_myapp.app.xml: No such
> file or directory



and looks like it becasu the file TEST-file_myapp.app.xml have name
TEST-file_"myapp.app".xml

2016-03-24 17:37 GMT+03:00 alisdair sullivan <>:

> rebar3 doesn’t currently support the setting on test configuration via
> `ct_opts` like that. changing your `ct_opts` section to: `[{dir, “test”},
> {logdir, “logs”}]` should work
>
> On Mar 24, 2016, at 2:34 AM, Alexander Petrovsky <>
> wrote:
>
> Hi!
>
> I have the follow ct section in rebar.config:
>
> {ct_opts, [{alias, myapp, "./test/"}, {logdir, "./logs/"}, {suites, myapp,
>> all}]}.
>> {ct_compile_opts, [{i, "./include/"}]}.
>
>
> On the "rebar 3.0.0-beta.3+build.327.ref97ae8d6 on Erlang/OTP 18 Erts 7.0"
> it's work perfectly, but on the "rebar 3.0.0+build.273.refd2de55d on
> Erlang/OTP 18 Erts 7.0" it says:
>
> ===> sh(cp -Rp /Users/juise/Documents/myapp/test/myapp_shaper_SUITE.beam
>> /Users/juise/Documents/myapp/test/myapp_shaper_SUITE.erl
>> /Users/juise/Documents/myapp/test/TEST-file_"myapp.app".xml
>> "/Users/juise/Documents/myapp/_build/test/lib/myapp/test")
>> failed with return code 1 and the following output:
>> cp: /Users/juise/Documents/myapp/test/TEST-file_myapp.app.xml: No such
>> file or directory
>
>
> and after "rm -rf ./test/TEST*.xml" it says:
>
> ./rebar3 ct skip_deps=true verbose=3
>> ===> Verifying dependencies...
>> ===> Member `{alias,myapp,"./test/"}' of option `ct_opts' must be a
>> 2-tuple
>> make: *** [test] Error 1
>
>
> How can I fix it?
>
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