virtualenv-based automation of test activities
Tox is a generic virtualenv management and test command line tool you can use for:
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#p450: Stop after the first installdeps and first testenv create hooks succeed. This changes the default behaviour of tox_testenv_create and tox_testenv_install_deps to not execute other registered hooks when the first hook returns a result that is not None. Thanks Anthony Sottile (@asottile).
New command line parameter: -a show all defined environments - not just the ones defined in (or generated from) envlist.
New verbosity settings for -l and -a: show user defined descriptions of the environments. This also works for generated environments from factors by concatenating factor descriptions into a complete description.
Note that for backwards compatibility with scripts using the output of -l it’s output remains unchanged.
Thanks Gábor Bernát (@gaborbernat).
#464: Fix incorrect egg-info location for modified package_dir in setup.py. Thanks Selim Belhaouane (@selimb).
#431: Add ‘LANGUAGE’ to default passed environment variables. Thanks Paweł Adamczak (@pawalad).
#455: Add a Vagrantfile with a customized Arch Linux box for local testing. Thanks Oliver Bestwalter (@obestwalter).
#446: (infrastructure) Travis CI tests for tox now also run on OS X now. Thanks Jason R. Coombs (@jaraco).
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