Test Anything Protocol (TAP) reporting plugin for pytest
pytest-tap is a reporting plugin for pytest that outputs Test Anything Protocol (TAP) data. TAP is a line based test protocol for recording test data in a standard way.
Version 3.3, October 27, 2021
Add support for Python 3.10.
Fix bug with help printing when streaming mode is enabled (#59).
Drop support for Python 3.5 (it is end-of-life).
Remove unmaintained (and likely inaccurate) locale info.
Version 3.2, November 7, 2020
Add support for Python 3.8.
Add support for Python 3.9.
Handle unittest.expectedFailure and pytest.xfail in a way that is more consistent with the TAP specification.
Version 3.1, Released March 25, 2020
Fix reporting that was broken by the removal of a deprecated feature in pytest 5.4.
Version 3.0, Released January 28, 2020
Drop support for Python 2.
Version 2.5, Released December 26, 2019
Last supported version for Python 2.
Pin tap.py to a version range that supports Python 2.
Version 2.4, Released October 21, 2019
Handle failures that occur from setup. This will catch errors that may happen in fixtures.
Drop support for Python 3.4 (it is end-of-life).
Add support for Python 3.7.
Version 2.3, Released September 16, 2018
Improve xfail handling. Honor strict xfail mode. Use TODO instead of SKIP directive to better align with TAP specification.
Output the plan line (1..N) first.
Version 2.2, Released January 9, 2018
Update output format to match closer to pytest styling.
Drop support for Python 3.3 (it is end-of-life).
Version 2.1, Released August 12, 2017
Add support for Python 3.6.
Fix crash when running with pytest-xdist (#27).
Version 2.0, Released August 1, 2016
Update to tap.py 2.0. This update drops the indirect dependencies on nose and pygments.
Improve handling of skips and xfails.
Suppress # TAP results for TestCase for streaming. This header makes little sense for pytest’s test function paradigm. Including the header generated extra noise for each function.
Drop support for Python 2.6
Version 1.9, Released June 11, 2016
Initial release as stand-alone plugin. The version number aligns with tappy.
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