Finally spell paramete?ri[sz]e correctly
Ever wondered how pytest decides to spell parametrise? Was it parameterize? Parametrise? Parametrize?
Confused yet? Stop worrying, install this plugin and all variants are valid:
@pytest.mark.parametrize('a', [0, 1]) @pytest.mark.parameterize('b', [2, 3]) @pytest.mark.parametrise('c', [4, 5]) @pytest.mark.parametrise('d', [6, 7]) def test_wtf(a, b, c, d): assert a in [0, 1] assert b in [2, 3] assert c in [4, 5] assert d in [6, 7]
But if you’ve ever parametrised a fixture, you may wonder why it’s yet another spelling over there: @pytest.fixture(params=[0, 1]). Fear not, you can now be consistent:
@pytest.mark.params('a', [0, 1]) def test_simple(a): assert a in [0, 1]
What about when you implement the pytest_generate_tests hook in your conftest.py file? We got you covered, metafunc.params() and the other (in)sane variations are now valid too.
Monkey see, monkey do
This plugin monkeypatches the core pytest in ways which should never be done. In other words it voids all your warranties. Use at your own risk.
Actually stop using setup.py.
Move to src/ layout, even for a single-module package.
Include the tests in the sdist.
Fix REAME formatting and typos.
Include the LICENSE file in the .tar.gz and .whl.
Add pyproject.toml and move more things to setup.cfg.
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Copyright (C) 2017-2018 Floris Bruynooghe
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