Test Anything Protocol (TAP) tools
tappy is a set of tools for working with the Test Anything Protocol (TAP), a line based test protocol for recording test data in a standard way.
Version 1.4, Released April 5, 2015
- Update setup.py to support Debian packaging. Include man page.
Version 1.3, Released January 9, 2015
- The tappy command line tool is available as a TAP consumer.
- The Parser and Loader are available as APIs for programmatic handling of TAP files and data.
Version 1.2, Released December 21, 2014
- Provide a syntax highlighter for Pygments so any project using Pygments (e.g., Sphinx) can highlight TAP output.
Version 1.1, Released October 23, 2014
- TAPTestRunner has a set_outdir method to specify where to store .tap files.
- The nosetests plugin has an optional --tap-outdir flag to specify where to store .tap files.
- tappy has backported support for Python 2.6.
- tappy has support for Python 3.2, 3.3, and 3.4.
- tappy has support for PyPy.
Version 1.0, Released March 2014
- Initial release of tappy
- TAPTestRunner - A test runner for unittest modules that generates TAP files.
- Provides a plugin for integrating with nose.