Helper command for remote Unit Testing.
pio remote test [OPTIONS] # run tests on specified PlatformIO Remote Agent pio remote --agent NAME test [OPTIONS]
Run remotely tests from PlatformIO based project. More details about PlatformIO Unit Testing.
This command allows you to apply the tests for the environments specified in “platformio.ini” (Project Configuration File).
- -e, --environment¶
Process specified environments. More details
pio run --environment
- -i, --ignore¶
Ignore tests where the name matches specified patterns. More than one pattern is allowed. If you need to ignore some tests for the specific environment, please take a look at test_ignore option from “platformio.ini” (Project Configuration File).
matches any single character
matches any character in seq
matches any character not in seq
pio remote test --ignore "mytest*" -i "test"
A port that is intended for firmware uploading. To list available ports please use pio device list command.
If upload port is not specified, PlatformIO will try to detect it automatically.
A Serial/UART port that PlatformIO uses as communication interface between PlatformIO Unit Test Engine and target device. To list available ports please use pio device list command.
If test port is not specified, PlatformIO will try to detect it automatically.
- -d, --project-dir¶
Specify the path to project directory. By default,
--project-dir is equal
to current working directory (
- -r, --force-remote¶
By default, Remote Development processes project on a host machine and deploy final testing firmware (program) to remote device (embedded board).
If you need to process project on remote machine, please use
pio remote test --force-remote option. In this case,
Remote Development will automatically synchronize your project with remote machine,
install required toolchains, frameworks, SDKs, etc., and process project.
Skip building stage.
Skip uploading stage
- -v, --verbose¶
Shows detailed information when processing environments.
For the examples please follow to Unit Testing page.