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Recursively finds tests in your package

Project description

Introduction

The purpose of chaoflow.testing.crawler is to find tests in your package and run them along with tests in files you explicitly define.

Tests are found in the following files:

  • all .py files that are part of (subpackages of) your package, i.e. files that you can import with import
  • all .txt files that have a corresponding .py file
  • all files you excplicitly specify

All tests found can be run individually, e.g. with zc.recipe.testrunner.

Using the test crawler

In order to use the test crawler for your package, you only need to copy one file and declare the dependency on chaoflow.testing.crawler in your setup.py.

Drop this file into your package root and adapt the files list to explicitly specify test files that are not found otherwise, tests.py:

# chaoflow.testing.crawler.tests.py
#
# You can simply copy this file to your package and adjust it to your needs

from chaoflow.testing.crawler import create_test_suite

# File to test, relative to the package root
# all .py files are found
# all .txt files with corresponding .py file are found
files = [
        'README.txt'
        ]

# We assume that this modules is in the root of your package
pkgname = __name__[:-6]

test_suite = create_test_suite(pkgname, files)

Declare the dependency in setup.py:

setup(...
      extras_require={
          'test': [
              'interlude',
              'chaoflow.testing.ipython',
              'chaoflow.testing.crawler',
              ],
          },
      )

If interlude is available, interlude.interact will be available as interact in your test environment.

If chaoflow.testing.ipython is available, ipshell will be available as ipshell in your test environment.

example buildout.cfg using chaoflow.testing.crawler and zc.recipe.testrunner:

[buildout]
develop = .
parts = test py

[test]
recipe = zc.recipe.testrunner
eggs = chaoflow.testing.crawler [test]

[py]
recipe = zc.recipe.egg
interpreter = py
eggs = ${test:eggs}

After buildout, you can run your tests using ./bin/test. Run ./bin/test --list-tests to get a list of all registered tests and see ./bin/test --help for further information.

License

chaoflow.testing.crawler is licensed under LGPLv3. Please let me know if this presents a problem for you.

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