Note: You need Poetry, as mentioned in the core's documentation section.
trezor-firmware checkout, in the root of the monorepo, install the environment:
And run the tests:
poetry run make -C core test_emu_ui
Install the poetry environment as outlined above. Then switch to a shell inside the environment:
If you want to test against the emulator, run it with disabled animation in a separate terminal:
Now you can run the test suite with
pytest from the root directory:
pytest tests/device_tests --ui=test
If you wish to check that all test cases in
fixtures.json were used set the
--ui-check-missing flag. Of course this is meaningful only if you run the tests on the whole
pytest tests/device_tests --ui=test --ui-check-missing
poetry run make -C core test_emu_ui_record
--ui pytest argument has two options:
- record: Create screenshots and calculate theirs hash for each test. The screenshots are gitignored, but the hash is included in git.
- test: Create screenshots, calculate theirs hash and test the hash against the one stored in git.
If you want to make a change in the UI you simply run
--ui=record. An easy way
to proceed is to run
--ui=test at first, see what tests fail (see the Reports section below),
decide if those changes are the ones you expected and then finally run the
and commit the new hashes.
Also here we provide an option to check the
fixtures.json file. Use
--ui-check-missing flag again to make sure there are no extra fixtures in the file:
pytest tests/device_tests --ui=record --ui-check-missing
--ui=test creates a clear report which tests passed and which failed.
The index file is stored in
tests/show_results.py starts a local HTTP server that serves this page --
this is necessary for access to browser local storage, which enables a simple reviewer
On CI this report is published as an artifact. You can see the latest master report here. The reviewer features work directly here.
If needed, you can use
python3 -m tests.ui_tests to regenerate the report from local
In the ui tests folder you will also find a Python script
creates a report where you find which tests were altered, added, or removed relative to
master. This useful for Pull Requests.
This report is available as an artifact on CI as well. You can find it by
visiting the "unix ui changes" job in your pipeline - browse the
artifacts and open