Run a test suite one failing test at a time.
pytest-stepwise is a plugin for pytest that run all tests until a test fails, and then continue next test run from where the last run failed. You may think of it as a combination of the -x option, which exits the test run after a failing test, and the --lf option from pytest-cache, which only runs failing tests.
pytest-stepwise depends on pytest-cache, which will be installed as a dependency.
Use the --skip option to ignore one failing test and stop the test execution on the second failing test instead. This is useful if you get stuck on a failing test and just want to ignore it until later.
pytest-stepwise was written for use when a large part of the test suite is failing. In this case, pytest-stepwise allows you to focus on fixing one test at the time instead of being overwhelmed by all failing tests. It should however be noted that all tests need to be re-run after to make sure that any changes made when fixing one test has not broken some other test.
Please submit an issue if you have any suggestions regarding use cases of pytest-stepwise.
pytest-stepwise is compatible with pytest 2.2 -> 2.8. For pytest 2.7 and earlier, pytest-cache is required as a dependency.
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