What's new in Infection 0.10.0

Aug 11, 2018

Release: https://github.com/infection/infection/releases/tag/0.10.0

BC Breaks

Before upgrading, make sure you know about backward incompatible changes.

New features and enhancements

Phive

Infection now can be installed by Phive - The PHAR Installation and Verification Environment. Since Phive requires GPG signing, we dropped built-in PHP OpenSSL signing. For each release we will upload infection.phar and infection.phar.asc. Previously downloaded infection.phar.pubkey can be deleted.

With Phive you can install Infection as

phive install infection

You can still download the PHAR file manually, the process is almost the same:

wget https://github.com/infection/infection/releases/download/0.10.0/infection.phar
wget https://github.com/infection/infection/releases/download/0.10.0/infection.phar.asc

chmod +x infection.phar

Verify integrity:

gpg --keyserver hkps.pool.sks-keyservers.net --recv-keys 493B4AA0

gpg --with-fingerprint --verify infection.phar.asc infection.phar

You should see something like:

gpg: Signature made Sun Aug  5 21:46:42 2018 +03
gpg: using RSA key XYZ
gpg: Good signature from "Infection PHP <maks.rafalko@gmail.com>" [ultimate]
Primary key fingerprint: C6D7 6C32 9EBA DE2F B9C4 58CF C509 5986 493B 4AA0

Homebrew

There was a reorganization of taps in Homebrew PHP and not all previously existed packages have been moved to the Homebrew core, including Infection.

We created our custom repository so you can continue using brew to install Infection:

brew tap infection/homebrew-infection
brew install infection

Thanks Pierre du Plessis for helping and maintaining it!

Time and memory

Infection now outputs information about how much time and memory did it take to run mutation testing:

[...] 

M..M...M..SSSSSSSSSS.......M...........SSSS.MSSSSS (50 / 50)

Time: 4s. Memory: 20.00MB

Sorting the log file

When you have hundreds or even thousands of mutations, and especially when you use --threads, it’s quite difficult to read log file because each time mutations were logged in a random order (due to parallel processes).

Now mutations are sorted by file path and then by line of the mutation:

3) Domain/Model/Goal/Goal.php:82    [M] MethodCallRemoval

4) Domain/Model/Goal/Goal.php:83 [M] MethodCallRemoval

5) Domain/Model/Goal/Goal.php:113 [M] PublicVisibility

New Mutators

FunctionCallRemoval and MethodCallRemoval

These two mutators will remove function or method calls that are not part of another statement (e.g. if/loop), or get assigned to a value.

This should help make sure that your tests are covering side effects caused by an action.

-        ksort($this->calculatorPerMutator);
+

or

-        $this->eventDispatcher->dispatch(new InitialTestSuiteStarted());
+

PregMatchMatches

Helps to check you are correctly testing the logic of preg_match() calls:

- preg_match('/a/', 'abc', $foo);
+ $foo = array();

Coalesce

This mutator removes condition part of Coalesce operator ($a ?? $b -> $b):

private function getListeners(string $eventName): array
{
- return $this->listeners[$eventName] ?? [];
+ return [];
}

Enjoy!

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