pytest adoption: current status (beginning of May)
heyleke at gmail.com
Sun May 10 06:29:22 EDT 2015
On May 9, 2015 9:13 PM, "Thomas De Schampheleire" <
patrickdepinguin at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, May 6, 2015 at 11:25 PM, Marc Abramowitz <msabramo at gmail.com>
> > Also, and the following doesn't require installing any plugins:
> > py.test -r fEsxXw
> > That looks pretty unintelligible but basically you're telling the -r
> > (report) option what to display more info about. Do `pytest --help` and
> > at the documentation for -r and it shows you what all those letters
> > If you want this to be the default whenever running `py.test`, you can
> > it in pytest.ini or set an environment variable. See
> > https://pytest.org/latest/customize.html#adding-default-options
> > One of the projects that I work on has a pytest.ini that looks like
> > [pytest]
> > norecursedirs = build docs/_build SQLAlchemy* .* stuff venv *.egg .tox
> > *.venv
> > addopts =
> > # --verbose
> > --tb short
> > # --capture no
> > # show extra test summary info as specified by chars (f)ailed,
> > (s)skipped, (x)failed, (X)passed.
> > -rfEsxX
> > # --junitxml=junit.xml
> > # --cov=pymssql --cov-report=xml --cov-report=term-missing
> > markers =
> > slow: Mark a pymssql test as slow (usually taking more one second or
> > more).
> Thanks for all this feedback Marc!
> I played with the different options suggested, and here is my feedback:
> -r fEsxXw gives the regular pytest output + the short summary at the
> end, so this is definitely useful.
> --tb=short is also something I find useful: it greatly reduces the
> output shown while the most important stuff is still present
> pytest-sugar also looks a nice addition: the biggest improvement being
> the showing of errors from the moment they occurred. In addition it
> also shows a test summary at the end, but only the file + line number
> + error description, while the '-r fEsxXw' option to pytest shows file
> + class + method name. Both thus complement each other.
> My suggestion is thus to add pytest and pytest-sugar to the kallithea
> dependencies, and '-rfEsxXw --tb=short' to the test configuration
> What do others say?
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