> PHPUnit is found, but PHPUnit is not able for some reason to figure
> out what directory you are in to find your file.
> phpunit itself isn't detecting the proper path, I had to manually add
> the path to the tests into the php.ini /home/weidner/Zend/tests to get
> it to work
> I would assume having to edit the php.ini is not normal just to use
> phpunit? but then I don't know phpunit very well.
> One thing I did notice you have both phpunit and phpunit2, I think
> zend requires 2? Maybe they are stepping/breaking each other?
> On 6/25/07, Thomas Weidner <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> Hy richard,
>> seems that the problem is within the php installation.
>> But I am not very conform with linux.
>> I dont know where php is installed nor where phpunit resists.
>> It would be a great thing if you could try the paths out as described
>> the post.
>> Am I the only one who tries to test with the sandbox ???
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Konstantin Shemyak" <[hidden email]>
>> To: <[hidden email]>
>> Sent: Monday, June 25, 2007 3:05 PM
>> Subject: [fw-server] Re: Sandbox
>> > Thomas Weidner <thomas.weidner@...> writes:
>> > [skip]
>> >> .-bash-3.00$ phpunit AllTests
>> >> X-Powered-By: PHP/5.2.0
>> >> Content-type: text/html
>> >> PHPUnit 3.0.6 by Sebastian Bergmann.
>> >> File "AllTests.php" could not be found or is not readable.
>> > This is probably a PHP installation problem. PHPUnit does not find your
>> > file,
>> > but it is 'require'-d, so the place(s) where this file is searched for
>> > are
>> > controlled by PHP.
>> > I had the same issue, see
>> > http://www.konstantin.shemyak.com/blog/2007/06/21/phpunit-stumps/.