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Version: 0.10.0


Executing the CLI version of marathon requires you to provide all the options through the Marathonfile. By default, it will be searched in the working directory by the name Marathonfile.

If you need a custom file path you can specify it via the options.

foo@bar $ marathon -h
usage: marathon [-h] [--marathonfile MARATHONFILE]

optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit

--marathonfile MARATHONFILE, marathonfile file path

Marathon CLI supports the following commands: run, parse and version.

Run command

foo@bar $ marathon run -h
Usage: marathon run [OPTIONS]

Run Marathon to execute tests

-m, --marathonfile PATH Marathonfile file path
--analyticsTracking VALUE Enable/Disable anonymous analytics tracking
--bugsnag VALUE Enable/Disable anonymous crash reporting. Enabled by default
-h, --help Show this message and exit

Parse command

foo@bar $ marathon parse -h
Usage: marathon parse [<options>]

Print the list of tests without executing them

-m, --marathonfile=<path> Marathonfile file path
-o, --output=<text> Output file name in yaml format
-f, --include-flaky-tests=<value>
Include/exclude flaky tests that will have
preventive retries according to the current
-h, --help Show this message and exit

Version command

foo@bar $ marathon version -h
Usage: marathon version [OPTIONS]

Print version and exit

-h, --help Show this message and exit

Default command

Default command is the run command, so the old CLI syntax works the same way:

foo@bar $ marathon -m MARATHONFILE