Install Allure Report for macOS

Allure Report can be installed on Linux from the Homebrew package repository or manually from an archive.

Install from Homebrew

Allure Report commandline Homebrew latest version

  1. Make sure Homebrew is installed.

  2. In a terminal, run this command:

    brew install allure
  3. Run this command to see if it reports the latest version:

    allure --version

Install from an archive

Allure Report commandline latest version

  1. Make sure Java version 8 or above installed, and its directory is specified in the JAVA_HOME environment variable.

  2. Go to the latest Allure Report release on GitHub and download the allure-*.zip or allure-*.tgz archive.

  3. Uncompress the archive into an installation directory of your choice. For example:

    tar xf /home/user/Downloads/allure-2.29.0.tgz -C /home/user/tools
  4. Open the script that your command shell loads when logging in (it can be located at ~/.profile, ~/.bash_profile, ~/.zprofile, etc.) and add the following line to the end of it.

    (Replace /home/user/tools/allure-2.29.0/bin with the path to the bin subdirectory file in your installation directory.)

    export PATH=$PATH:/home/user/tools/allure-2.29.0/bin
  5. If you have previously added a path to another version of Allure Report to PATH, make sure to remove it.

  6. Close and re-open the terminal window.

  7. Run this command to see if it reports the latest version:

    allure --version
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