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Organizing pytests by integration or not

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Plugin for pytest to mark tests as integration or slow integration.

Integration tests are run after normal tests (unit tests) and slow integration tests are run after (quick) integration tests.

If a unit test fails, (quick) integration and slow integration tests are not run.

If a (quick) integration tests fails, slow integration tests are not run.

If you have also installed pytest-cov, then code coverage is disabled for all integration tests, since unit tests are supposed to cover all the code.

Added pytest markers

  • @pytest.mark.integration_test Marks this test as a (quick) integration test
  • @pytest.mark.slow_integration_test Marks this test as a slow integration test

Added pytest command line options

  • --with-integration Run (quick) integration tests (default)
  • --with-slow-integration Run slow integration tests (default)
  • --integration-cover Let integration tests contribute to coverage

with options also have a without variant.


See the example directory. Examples of how to run are in the Makefile.

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