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A simple plugin to detect missed pytest tags and markers"

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A simple plugin for easy staging your Python3 project’s structure of PyTest tests. Make the repository with your tests more structured and beautiful with Allure ideology.


Features

  • Dynamical tests marking based on ‘tests’ subfolders
  • List not classified functions
  • List missed Allure BDD tags for test classes and functions (exclude fixtures and other incompatible objects)
  • Assertions rewriting with Allure steps including attachments for complex objects:
    • Pydantic BaseModels
    • dictionaries
    • lists
    • long strings.

Installation

You can install “pytest-markers-presence” via pip from PyPI:

$ pip install pytest-markers-presence

Usage

The –stage-markers option is compatible with simple pytest run loop and could be used for dynamical tests marking.

The –assert-steps option is compatible with simple pytest run loop and could be used for assertions rewriting with Allure steps.

The –bdd-markers option will not run your tests and it’s also sensible for errors in the pytest collection step. If you are using as part of you CI process the recommended way is to run it after the default test run. For example:

script:
  • pytest
  • pytest –stage-markers –assert-steps
  • pytest –bdd-markers

Example of ‘pytest’ run with provided options:

$ pytest tests –stage-markers

======================= test session starts =======================

(hidden for brevity)

==================== 1 passed in 0.51 seconds =====================

$ pytest –bdd-markers

======================= test session starts =======================

(hidden for brevity)

You should create test class(es) for your test function(s): Test function: ‘test_function’, location: /path/to/test.py

You should set BDD tag @allure.feature’ for your test class(es): Test class: ‘TestClass’, location: /path/to/file.py

You should set BDD tag @allure.story’ for your test function(s): Test function: ‘test_case’, location: /path/to/file.py

================== no tests ran in 0.00 seconds ===================

Contributing

Contributions are very welcome. Tests can be run with tox, please ensure the coverage at least stays the same before you submit a pull request.

License

Distributed under the terms of the MIT license, “pytest-markers-presence” is free and open source software

Issues

If you encounter any problems, please pytest-markers-presence along with a detailed description.

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