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Test-ordering plugin for pytest

Project description

A pytest plugin for ensuring tests within a class are run in source order.

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Release tarballs will be made available for download from Pagure Releases:
https://pagure.io/releases/python-pytest-sourceorder/
You can also install using pip:
https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pytest-sourceorder

The plugin is also available in Fedora repositories as python3-pytest-sourceorder.

Usage

When installed, test classes marked @pytest_sourceorder.ordered will have tests tun in the order of their definition.

Methods are ordered by line nuber of their definition, so spreading them between multiple files or otherwise defining them outside of their class might cause the plugin to order them wrong.

When inheriting from an ordered test class, the superclass’ methods will be run first (even if overridden), followed by the ones from subclasses. You generally do not want to apply an additional @ordered decorator to the subclasses – doing so will reset the inheritance-based ordering.

Contributing

The project is happy to accept patches! Please file any patches as Pull Requests on the project’s Pagure repo. Any development discussion should be in Pagure Pull Requests and Issues.

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