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How do I make unit tests for watchOS app?

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How do I make unit tests for watchOS app? From what I found for now I know that XCTest framework doesn't support watchOS and WatchKit currently. However, maybe are there any workarounds for that problem to test at least some code? I would like to test app with SwiftUI interface and lifecycle.

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@Malauch did you have any luck with this? I am having the same problem.

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@twostraws  Site AdminHWS+

This become possible literally yesterday – watchOS unit tests are now supported in Xcode 12.5 beta!

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@Malauch, @alfielefeuvre did you succeed in making WatchOs unit tests with Xcode 12.5 ?

I tried to make a very simple dummy test

import XCTest

class BaseTestCase: XCTestCase {

    func testDummy() {
        XCTAssertTrue(1 == 1)
    }

}

Then, change the active scheme to the WatchKit ExtensionTests scheme

But, everytime I run the test, I have an XCode crash - Xcode quit unexpectedly

Do you have the same issue?

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The way you configure your tests files is different from iOS. The apple documentation is very well written and detailed:

https://developer.apple.com/documentation/watchkit/setting_up_tests_for_your_watchos_app

You should have a look

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The above documentation page has moved here: https://developer.apple.com/documentation/watchos-apps/setting-up-tests-for-your-watchos-app

For me, I needed to edit by test scheme and set the executeable under run.

   

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