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A simple way to get your Django application's test coverage.

Project Description

Django Test Coverage

Overview

The test runner is an extended version of the default Django test runner. It adds the ability to get coverage reports from defined modules or tested apps.

It requires Ned Batchelder’s coverage.py: http://nedbatchelder.com/code/modules/coverage.html

Usage

Simple add the line

TEST_RUNNER = ‘django_test_coverage.runner.run_tests’

to your Django settings file. If you run the test with

python manage.py test foo

the test runner will evaluate all modules in the app foo and add them to the coverage report. You can also specify a set of modules by adding the line

COVERAGE_MODULES = (‘foo.bar’, ‘foo.baz’)

to your settings file. In this example foo should be replaced with your application name and bar/baz with your module included in the reported.

Limitations

There is no implementation to wrap around Django’s PostGIS test runner.

Changelog

0.1 (2009-03-03)

  • Initial Release

0.2 (2012-08-07)

  • New maintainer
  • Added Django 1.4 compatibility
  • Added support for specifying a default set of apps to perform coverage on
  • Misc bugfixes & cleanup
Release History

Release History

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