pytest plugin to run the mccabe code complexity checker.
py.test plugin for checking cyclomatic complexity of python source with mccabe.
pip install pytest-mccabe
if you then type:
every file ending in .py will be discovered and run through mccabe, starting from the command line arguments.
Simple usage example
Consider you have this (deliberately bad and complex) code:
# module.py import random import os.path def some_function(): num = random.random() if 0 <= num < 0.1: print("1") elif 0.1 <= num < 0.2: print("2") elif 0.2 <= num < 0.3: print("3") elif 0.3 <= num < 0.4: print("4") elif 0.4 <= num < 0.5: print("5") elif 0.5 <= num < 0.6: print("6") elif 0.6 <= num < 0.7: print("7") elif 0.7 <= num < 0.8: print("8") elif 0.8 <= num < 0.9: print("9") elif 0.9 <= num < 1: print("10")
Running py.test with pytest-mccabe installed shows you this function is considered too complex:
$ py.test -q --mccabe module.py F ============================== FAILURES ============================== ____________________________ mccabe-check ____________________________ .../module.py:4: C901 'some_function' is too complex (11)
Configuring mccabe complexity per project and file
You may configure the maximum complexity for your project by adding an mccabe-complexity entry to pytest config file (e.g. setup.cfg) like this:
Rerunning with the above example will now look better:
$ py.test -q --mccabe foo.py . 1 passed in 0.00 seconds
If you have some files where you want to set a higher complexity than the project-wide one, you can start a mccabe-complexity line with a glob-pattern:
[pytest] mccabe-complexity = *.py 7 magic.py 10
Ignoring certain functions
You can exclude certain functions from the complexity check by adding comments like this:
def some_function(): # noqa ... def another_function(): # pragma: no mccabe ...
(both will work - # noqa is mainly there for flake8 compatibility)
Running mccabe checks and no other tests
You can restrict your test run to only perform “mccabe” tests and not any other tests by typing:
py.test --mccabe -m mccabe
This will only run tests that are marked with the “mccabe” keyword which is added for the mccabe test items added by this plugin.
If you are using pytest < 2.4, then use the following invocation to the same effect:
py.test --mccabe -k mccabe
- Initial release.
- Drop support for Python 2.6, 3.2, 3.3 and 3.4
- Add support for Python 3.5, 3.6 and 3.7
- Make this plugin compatible with pytest 4.x and 5.x
- Drop support for “setup.py test”
- Remove outdated pytest-cache dependency
- Various code/CI cleanups
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