A pytest plugin for test driven data-wrangling (this is the development version of datatest's pytest integration).
The development version of datatest’s pytest integration.
Typically, only developers working on datatest’s pytest plugin should install this package. Other users are encouraged to install just datatest—this plugin comes bundled with it.
Clone the git repositories and use pip to perform an editable install from the cloned project directory:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:shawnbrown/datatest.git git clone email@example.com:shawnbrown/pytest-datatest.git pip install --editable ./datatest pip install --no-deps --editable ./pytest-datatest
Don’t install this package—install datatest instead:
pip install datatest
For Users With Special Requirements
If you aren’t a datatest or plugin developer but instead need bug-fixes or features that are not yet available from the main datatest project, you can install “pytest-datatest” via pip from PyPI:
pip install datatest pip install pytest-datatest
And if the version is PyPI isn’t new enough for your needs, you can install the plugin directly from the live GitHub repository (make sure to check that the build is “passing” before doing this):
pip install datatest pip install --upgrade https://github.com/shawnbrown/pytest-datatest/archive/master.zip
When installed, this development version automatically overrides datatest’s bundled pytest integration. If you want to revert back to the bundled plugin, simply uninstall this version.
To disable the development version (and temporarily enable the bundled version) use:
pytest -p no:datatest_devel
To disable both the development and bundled versions use:
pytest -p no:datatest_devel -p no:datatest
Provides a ‘mandatory’ marker to support incremental testing.
Provides an ‘–ignore-mandatory’ command line option to override the default ‘mandatory’ behavior.
Strips the leading “E ” prefix from ValidationError differences to help users more easily repurpose parts of the error message for allowed.specific(...) definitions.
Distributed under the terms of the MIT license, “pytest-datatest” is free and open source software
If you encounter any problems, please file an issue along with a detailed description.
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