Simple py.test fixtures for writing integration tests based on Docker containers. Specify all containers you need and pytest-docker will use Docker Compose to spin them up for the duration of your test suite.
Here is the basic recipe for writing a test that depends on a service that responds over HTTP:
import pytest import requests from requests.exceptions import ( ConnectionError, ) def is_responsive(url): """Check if something responds to ``url``.""" try: response = requests.get(url) if response.status_code == 200: return True except ConnectionError: return False @pytest.fixture(scope='session') def some_http_service(docker_ip, docker_services): """Ensure that "some service" is up and responsive.""" url = 'http://' % ( docker_ip, docker_services.port_for('abc', 123), ) docker_services.wait_until_responsive( timeout=30.0, pause=0.1, check=lambda: is_responsive(url) ) return url def test_something(some_service): """Sample test.""" response = requests.get(some_service) response.raise_for_status()
By default this plugin will try to open docker-compose.yml in your tests directory. If you need to use a custom location, override the docker_compose_file fixture inside your conftest.py file:
import pytest @pytest.fixture(scope='session') def docker_compose_file(pytestconfig): return os.path.join( str(pytestconfig.rootdir), 'mycustomdir' 'docker-compose.yml' )
You can allow this plugin to run your tests when Docker is not available. It will use the container port and localhost instead:
@pytest.fixture(scope='session') def docker_allow_fallback(): return True
- Added --build option to docker-compose up command to automatically rebuild local containers.
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