A zope.testrunner output formatter & feature to output JUnit XML.
This package provides a zope.testrunner feature that stores the test results in a JUnit-compatible XML file. This file can be consumed by Jenkins and other tools to generate test reports.
This is achieved by implementing a custom output formatter that collects and then writes out the XML file. The formatter then delegates further test result tracking to the oriignal output formatter.
The core code of this package is based on the excellent work by Martin Aspelli and the Plone Foundation. Thus the code is released under ZPL 2.1, the original license of collective.xmltestreport.
In order to install your own features, you have to customize the main Runner class a bit. Here is what we do at Shoobx:
from shoobx.junitxml import feature feature.JUnitXMLSupport.install_options() class Runner(zope.testrunner.runner.Runner): def configure(self): super(Runner, self).configure() self.features.append(feature.JUnitXMLSupport()) zope.testrunner.runner.Runner = Runner
- Add support for Python 3.7
- Add support for the latest zope.testrunner, which switches from optparse to argparse.
- Record doctest cases in modules where test cases are defined, instead of putting them all in ‘doctest’ module.
- Bugfix: When test failure has binary data, record a Base64 representation of the failure
- Python 3 bugfix
- Added some basic tests.
- Official Python 3.6 support.
- Initial release
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