light test framework for Python
ptest is a light test framework for Python. With ptest, you can tag test classes & test cases by decorators, execute test cases by command line, and get clear reports.
The documentation is on github wiki: https://github.com/KarlGong/ptest/wiki/documentation
The last stable release is available on PyPI and can be installed with
$ pip install ptest
A Pycharm plugin for ptest is released. Now it is easily to run/debug ptest within the IDE using the standard run configuration. Find the latest version on JetBrains: https://plugins.jetbrains.com/plugin/7860
Firstly, create a python file: c:\folder\mytest.py
You can tag test class, test, before method, after method by adding decorator @TestClass, @Test, @BeforeMethod, @AfterMethod.
# c:\folder\mytest.py from ptest.decorator import TestClass, Test, BeforeMethod, AfterMethod from ptest.assertion import assert_equals, fail, assert_not_none from ptest.plogger import preporter from ptest import config @TestClass(run_mode="parallel") # the test cases in this class will be executed by multiple threads class PTestClass: @BeforeMethod(description="Prepare test data.") def before(self): preporter.info("setting expected result.") self.expected = 10 @Test(tags=["regression", "smoke"]) def test1(self): assert_equals(10, self.expected) # pass @Test(tags="smoke, nightly") def test2(self): assert_not_none(config.get_property("key")) # assert the property defined via -D<key>=<value> in cmd line @Test(enabled=False) # won't be run def test3(self): fail("failed") @AfterMethod(always_run=True, description="Clean up") def after(self): preporter.info("cleaning up")
Then start to execute all the testcases in module mytest.py with 2
-w to specify the workspace,
-t to specify the target
-n to specify the number of test executors(threads). In this case,
workspace is c:\folder, target is mytest and number of test
executors is 2.
Note: If you are using Windows, please confirm that %python_installation_dir%\Scripts (e.g., C:\Python35\Scripts, C:\Python37\Scripts) is added to the PATH environment variable.
$ ptest -w c:\folder -t mytest -n 2
The target can be package/module/class/method. If the target is package/module/class, all the test cases under target will be executed. For example, if you only want to execute the test test1 in this module.
$ ptest -w c:\folder -t mytest.PTestClass.test1
For more options, please use
$ ptest -h
For more code examples, please refer to the
examples folder in source
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2.0.1 (compared to 2.0.0)
- Implement f-string to be compatible with python < 3.6
2.0.0 (compared to 1.9.5)
- Retire python 2.x
- Support preporter log images.
1.9.5 (compared to 1.9.4)
- Support empty data_provider.
1.9.4 (compared to 1.9.3)
- Fix race condition issue.
1.9.3 (compared to 1.9.2)
- Fix that ptest is broken with too many parallel test cases.
1.9.2 (compared to 1.9.1)
- Support callable subject in assert_that assertion.
1.9.1 (compared to 1.9.0)
- Add timestamp for log in html report.
1.9.0 (compared to 1.8.2)
- Add splitter "-" for long command names.
1.8.2 (compared to 1.8.1)
- Support namespace package.
1.8.1 (compared to 1.8.0)
- Add is_all_in, is_any_in, is_none_in to assert_that assertion.
1.8.0 (compared to 1.7.7)
Support coroutine tests.
Support logging extra screenshot by preporter.
Optimize html report.
1.7.7 (compared to 1.7.6)
- Optimize assertions.
1.7.6 (compared to 1.7.5)
- Add command option -f(--filter) to filter tests.
1.7.5 (compared to 1.7.4)
- Support customizing data name for @Test.
1.7.4 (compared to 1.7.3)
- Display module info in html report.
1.7.3 (compared to 1.7.2)
- Support displaying webdriver's logs in html report.
1.7.2 (compared to 1.7.1)
Fix @Test data provider issue in python 3.
Fix @Test timeout issue.
1.7.1 (compared to 1.7.0)
Improve performance of data provider.
Fix read property file issue.
1.7.0 (compared to 1.6.0)
Support data provider for @Test.
Fix encoding issue.
1.6.0 (compared to 1.5.3)
Add meets() in ObjSubject of assert_that assertion.
Support taking screenshots for multiple selenium webdrivers.
1.5.3 (compared to 1.5.2)
- Fix the issue that "enabled" attribute for @Test doesn't work.
1.5.2 (compared to 1.5.1)
- Fix install issue by adding CHANGELOG file.
1.5.1 (compared to 1.4.3)
Add documentation for ptest: https://github.com/KarlGong/ptest/wiki/documentation
Add "assert_that" assertion.
Ignore the test group if no group features are used.
Support run_group for @TestClass.
Support expected_exceptions for @Test.
1.4.3 (compared to 1.4.2)
- Add command option -m(--merge-xunit-xmls) to merge the xunit result xmls.
1.4.2 (compared to 1.4.1)
- Add detailed information for screenshot.
1.4.1 (compared to 1.4.0)
The instance variables defined in @BeforeSuite, @BeforeClass, @BeforeGroup can be accessed by other test fixtures.
Support custom args in test fixtures.
Add option (--python-paths) to specify additional python paths.
1.4.0 (compared to 1.3.2)
Support @BeforeSuite, @BeforeClass, @BeforeGroup, @AfterSuite, @AfterClass, @AfterGroup.
Support timeout for test fixtures.
Redesign the html report.
1.3.2 (compared to 1.3.1)
Add cmd line entry points for py3.
All temp data will be stored in temp folder.
1.3.1 (compared to 1.3.0)
Add examples folder.
Support declare additional arguments in test methods.
1.3.0 (compared to 1.2.2)
No extra package is needed to capture screenshot.
1.2.2 (compared to 1.2.1)
Support default value for config.get_property().
Add filter for test case status in html report.
1.2.1 (compared to 1.2.0)
- Support multiple test listeners.
1.2.0 (compared to 1.1.1)
Support run/debug in Pycharm via a ptest plugin.
Support filter test cases by group.
1.1.0 (compared to 1.0.4)
No extra codes are needed to support capturing screenshot for selenium test.
Add always_run attribute to @Test.
Add command option --disable-screenshot to disable taking screenshot for failed test fixture.
Support group in test class.
1.0.4 (compared to 1.0.3)
Support capture screenshot for no-selenium test.
Optimize the html report.
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