pytest-symbols is a pytest plugin that adds support for passing test environment symbols into pytest tests.
- pytest-symbols is a pytest plugin that adds support for passing test environment symbols into pytest tests.
- The supported formats for symbols files are json and yaml.
pip install https://github.com/F5Networks/pytest-symbols.git
- use the “–symbols” option to pass symbols into a pytest run:
py.test --symbols tests/demo.json -- tests/demo.py
- use the “symbols” fixture to access symbols within a test:
def test_with_symbols_fixture(self, symbols): print symbols assert symbols.client_ip == "192.168.1.1" assert symbols.server_ip == "192.168.2.1"
- use “pytest.symbols” to access symbols outside the “symbols” fixture:
import pytest from pytest import symbols as foo def test_without_symbols_fixture(self): print pytest.symbols assert symbols.client_ip == "192.168.1.1" assert symbols.server_ip == "192.168.2.1" print foo assert foo.client_ip == "192.168.1.1" assert foo.server_ip == "192.168.2.1"
How to Contribute
- Contributions are warmly welcomed.
- Contributions should be associated with an open issue.
- Find an open issue that interests you, or create a new one if you don’t find what you’re looking for in the backlog.
- Fork this repository on GitHub and make your changes in the master branch (or branch off of it).
- Write tests that verify the issue has been resolved (ie. the bug was fixed or the new feature works as expected).
- Add yourself to AUTHORS.rst.
- Send a pull request.
- Sit back and wait for the plaudits to roll in.
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