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Add a django management command to list all tests in the project

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Add a django management command to list all tests in the project

Quickstart

Install django-list-tests:

pip install django-list-tests

Add it to your INSTALLED_APPS:

INSTALLED_APPS = (
    ...
    'django_list_tests',
    ...
)

And run:

./manage.py list_tests <app_name>

You can use this command for fzf completion of tests:

# FZF ALL DAY ERRY DAY
function tz() {
    # cache the test names to speed things up. you can go more complex with
    # watchman or whatever.
    if [[ ! -f '.test_names' ]]; then
        python $DJANGO_MANAGE_SCRIPT list_tests $DJANGO_ROOT_MODULE > ./.test_names
    fi

    TESTS=$( cat .test_names | fzf )

    echo Runnning "$TESTS"
    python "$DJANGO_MANAGE_SCRIPT" "test" --keepdb "$TESTS"
}

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