A simple plugin to disable network on socket level.
A simple pytest plugin to disable network on socket level.
$ pip install pytest-network
pytest-network has a flag
--disable-network that will raise an error
if tests will try to use
You can use it directly like:
$ python3 -m pytest --disable-network
or add this flag as the default behavior in your
[pytest] addopts = --disable-network
Also you can directly disable network:
import requests def test_network_request_raises_error(disable_network): response = requests.get('https://github.com') # this will raise an exception assert response.status_code == 200
or directly enable (if you have default
import requests def test_network_request_is_ok(disable_network): response = requests.get('https://github.com') assert response.status_code == 200 # this will pass
To setup development environment you must first create a virtual environment. For example:
$ python3.8 -m venv <venv-name>
After that install all requirements:
$ pip install -r requirements.txt
And install plugin itself (inside project directory and virtual environment):
$ pip install -e .
Check that tests are running:
$ make test
We would love you to contribute to our project. It's simple:
- Create an issue with bug you found or proposal you have. Wait for approve from maintainer.
- Create a pull request. Make sure all checks are green.
- Fix review comments if any.
- Be awesome.
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