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QT app fixture for py.test

Project description

Set up a Q Application for QT with an X-Window Virtual Framebuffer (Xvfb).

Installation

Install using your favourite package installer:

pip install pytest-qt-app
# or
easy_install pytest-qt-app

Enable the fixture explicitly in your tests or conftest.py (not required when using setuptools entry points):

pytest_plugins = ['pytest_qt_app']

Configuration

The fixtures are configured using the following evironment variables:

Setting Description Default
SERVER_FIXTURES_XVFB Xvfb server executable /usr/bin/Xvfb

Usage

Here’s a little test that shows it working:

from PyQt4 import Qtgui

def test_q_application(q_application):
    # This shows the display is connected properly to the Xvfb
    assert QtGui.QX11Info.display()

Changelog

1.0.1 (2015-12-23)

  • Packaging bugfix

1.0.0 (2015-12-21)

  • Initial public release

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