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Print the amount of time that each unit test took

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django-test-timer

Print the amount of time that each unit test took.

Tested with Django 1.11, Python 2.7

Install

pip install django-test-timer

Then in your Django settings

TEST_RUNNER = 'django_test_timer.TimedTestRunner'

Then run your tests as usual.

Settings

By default, all tests will be printed. To only print tests that take a certain amount of time, set the threshold in your settings.py

TIMED_TEST_THRESHOLD_SECS = 2.0

Example Output

>>> ./manage.py test
....
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Ran 5 tests

Tests Times (>0.0s):
  [2.09s] test_foo (main.tests.test_general.DemoTestCase)
  [1.004s] test_bar (main.tests.test_general.DemoTestCase)
  [0.0s] test_this (main.tests.test_general.DemoTestCase)
  [0.0s] test_that (main.tests.test_general.DemoTestCase)
  [0.0s] test_not_implemented_errors (main.tests.test_general.DemoTestCase)
  
  Destroying test database for alias 'default'...

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