Sidnei da Silva wrote:


Unfortunately, './bin/zopectl test' doesn't run on Windows. But I will
give --dir a try.

I use the following in a batch script to run tests in exactly the same way as zopectl test:

set ZOPE_HOME=C:\Zope\2.7.7
set PYTHON=%ZOPE_HOME%\bin\python.exe
set INSTANCE_HOME=C:\Zope\MyInstance
cls
%PYTHON% %_HOME%\bin\test.py --config-file %INSTANCE_HOME%\etc\zope.conf --libdir=%INSTANCE_HOME%\Products --keepbytecode %1 %2 %3 %4 %5 %6

...so I just type, for example:


bin\runtests -vv MyProduct

cheers,

Chris

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