Detects thread leaks
Detects tests leaking threads
The threadleak pytest plugin will fail leaking threads. This can be an issue in the test, or in the tested code.
Here is an example leaking test:
$ cat leak_test.py import threading import time def test_leak(): threading.Thread(target=time.sleep, args=(1,)).start()
Here is an example run with thread leak plugin enabled:
$ pytest --threadleak leak_test.py ... leak_test.py::test_leak FAILED ... > ??? E Failed: Test leaked [<Thread(Thread-1, started 139762716391168)>]
If you want to enable thread leak by default, you can enable it in your pytest.ini or tox.ini:
[pytest] threadleak = True
Running the tests:
Distributed under the terms of the MIT license, “pytest-threadleak” is free and open source software
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