Makes pytest skip tests that don not need rerunning
Makes pytest skip tests that don’t need rerunning
How pytest-avoidance avoids tests
Each test is run with coverage enabled.
After running each test, pytest-avoidance stores a list of which files each test touched.
The next time a test run is requested, pytest-avoidance checks if any of the files covered by this test have changed. If none have, the test can be delared to PASS, even without running it!
pytest-avoidance does not cache failures. Mostly because AFAIU bazel doesn’t either, and I’m just guessing they have good reasons not to…
If you encounter any problems, please file an issue along with a detailed description.
Contributions are very welcome. Please run tests before making PRs:
$ tox –parallel=auto –skip-missing-interpreters=true
Releasing a new Version
- Do git tag | cat and think about what the next version number should be.
- Do git tag --annotate 1.2.3 to set the next version number. The text you write for this tag will show up as the release description on Github, write something nice! And remember that the first line is the subject line for the release.
- tox -e pypi
- git push --tags
Your release should now be visible on the pytest-avoidance page on Pypi.
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