flynn-test contains full-stack acceptance tests for Flynn.
Currently flynn-test is not capable of bootstrapping the test environment, so
you'll need to get Flynn running in [flynn-devbox](https://github.com/flynn/flynn-devbox).
After you have bootstrapped Flynn in flynn-devbox, clone this repository, copy
the `flynn server-add` command and use it to create a local flynnrc:
FLYNNRC=`pwd`/flynnrc flynn server-add ...
Now you can build and run the tests:
godep go build
./flynn-test -debug -flynnrc `pwd`/flynnrc
[Flynn](https://flynn.io) is a modular, open source Platform as a Service (PaaS).
If you're new to Flynn, start [here](https://github.com/flynn/flynn).
Flynn is in active development and **currently unsuitable for production** use.
Users are encouraged to experiment with Flynn but should assume there are stability, security, and performance weaknesses throughout the project. This warning will be removed when Flynn is ready for production use.
Please report bugs as issues on the appropriate repository. If you have a general question or don't know which repo to use, report them [here](https://github.com/flynn/flynn/issues).
We welcome and encourage community contributions to Flynn.
Since the project is still unstable, there are specific priorities for development. Pull requests that do not address these priorities will not be accepted until Flynn is production ready.
Please familiarize yourself with the [Contribution Guidelines](https://flynn.io/docs/contributing) and [Project Roadmap](https://flynn.io/docs/roadmap) before contributing.
There are many ways to help Flynn besides contributing code:
- Fix bugs or file issues
- Improve the [documentation](https://github.com/flynn/flynn.io) including this website
- [Contribute](https://flynn.io/#sponsor) financially to support core development
Flynn is a [trademark](https://flynn.io/docs/trademark-guidelines) of Prime Directive, Inc.