Last updated April 21, 2012.
Automated testing is provided for projects hosted on Drupal.org. Note that this functionality is not available to users without the permission to create full projects.
To enable automated testing for patches in your project's issue queue, edit the project node, select the "Issues" tab, check the "Enable automated testing" checkbox, and click "Submit".
To queue tests of already-committed code, select the "Automated testing" tab. This tab is independent from the above issue queue testing configuration setting. In order for this tab to show up, your project must have a dev release (follow the instructions under "Branch for a dev release" under your project's "Version control" tab, and then click "Add new release" on your project's main page).
Report issues to the Testbot issue queue.
- Currently it's not possible to specify soft dependencies for integration testing. See #1347790: Specify dependency overrides on the Automated Testing tab.
- Currently tests only run on MySQL. See #697220: Run tests on all supported database servers/engines.