Pytest utilities and mocks for Azure
Python Project Template
This project follows the Python Standards declared in PEP 621. This uses a pyproject.yaml to configuration the project. In this example, flit is used to simplify the build process, and publish to pypi.
- .devcontainer - This directory contains required files for creating a Codespace.
- workflows - Contains GitHub Actions used for building, testing and publishing.
- docs - collect documents (default format .md)
- src - place new source code here
- python_package - sample package (this can be deleted when creating a new repository)
- tests - contains Python based test cases to validation src code
- .pre-commit-config.yaml - Contains various pre-check fixes for Python
- .templateversionrc - used to track template version usage.
- MANIFEST.in - Declares additional files to include in Python whl
- pyproject.toml - Python Project Declaration
- ws.code-workspace - Recommended configurations for Visual Studio Code
The following sections are defined in the configuration toml.
- MESSAGES CONTROL
TODO: add info on flit configuration
This section defines the project metadata, which may have been previously contained in a setup.py file.
This are otpimal dependancey groups that can be installed via 'pip install .[tests]'. One group is included for dependancies required for testing. A second group is included for PySpark based dependancies.
This section defines the configurations for additional tools used to format, lint, type-check, and analysis Python code.
Performs Security Static Analysis checks on code base.
Configures code coverage reports generatated during testing.
Performs static type checking on Python.
Configures various test markers used during testing.
Performs Linting and Static Analysis. Any modifictions made by the auto-formater (black) are always considered correct.
Publish to PyPi from GitHub
In order to publish to PyPi, a repostirory secret must be created, "PYPI_PASSWORD". In order to publish to the Test PyPi, a second secret must be added, "TEST_PYPI_PASSWORD".
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