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Recipe to prevent django-setuptest from polluting module being tested with downloaded eggs

Project description

Django Setuptest Recipe

Recipe to prevent django-setuptest from polluting module being tested with downloaded eggs.

Motivation

django-setuptest downloads eggs required for a test run and places them in the module directory. For example, if the module to be tested is called foo then the command python setup.py test causes src/foo to be polluted with many eggs. There is currently no way to instruct setuptools to store these eggs in another location.

django-setuptest-recipe addresses this shortcoming by wrapping the Python interpreter to be aware of egg locations.

Usage

Add the following to your buildout.cfg:

parts=
    ...
    setuptest-runner

[setuptest-runner]
recipe = django-setuptest-recipe
eggs = ${buildout:eggs}

An executable file called setuptest-runner is created in the bin directory. You can now do /path/to/instance/bin/setuptest-runner setup.py test from within the src/foo directory.

Authors

Praekelt Foundation

  • Hedley Roos

Changelog

0.1

  1. First release.

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