A pytest-based tool to list test fixtures declared but not used in a test
A tool to list test fixtures declared but not used in a test:
This tool is actually a pytest plugin, and with some improved packaging could
be installed, and then called via the
py.test command line.
- Uses the pytest collection to get a list of tests and available fixtures
- Parses the code for each function to determine whether fixture arguments are used or not in the test
- Supports a list of "ignored" fixtures, since some fixtures are only used to create and tear down a particular context, and might not be used directly in the test code
You can install
$ pip install loofah
Since loofah relies on pytest collecting and being able to execute the tests, it needs to be run from your normal development shell, and probably installed in the venv of your project.
So, from your normal development shell, run loofah as you would run your tests: (ie with any required environment variables or virtual environment enabled, etc)
$ loofah test/unit ... test/unit/account_tests.py:10 in test_account_update_requires_login detected 1 unused fixture: user test/unit/account_tests.py:28 in test_account_locks_after_three_attempts detected 2 unused fixtures: user monkeypatch
Why 'loofah' ?
Why name this project after a fruit with fibrous, spongy interior often used to clean hard-to-reach areas of the human body? That's a mystery indeed.
Distributed under the terms of the
MIT_ license, "loofah" is free and open source software
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