Test acceleration usable in the YourBase CI
YourBase Python Skipper
What is this?
This is a Python package you can use in conjunction with YourBase.
What does it do?
YourBase has a unique test acceleration that records the execution of your tests, builds a dependency graph, and uses it to bypass tests that do not need to be run based on the changes in a commit. This Python package makes those commands much finer-grained for Python projects, enabling more acceleration.
To achieve this, when running in the YourBase CI, this package will load a lighweight wrapper for Python that will determine if a test needs to run based on the YourBase runtime dependency graph.
How do I use this?
pip install yourbase pip freeze > requirements.txt
If you are using
pytest, you're done!
If you are using
unittest, just import
yourbase before your tests start:
It's not important exactly where, as long as it's before your tests run.
Additionally, if your tests define
tearDown methods on
unittest.TestCase or a child class, be sure they are calling
If you are using another testing framework, please create an issue to let us know! We'd love to support it 🎈
No matter your testing framework, after installation you will not be impacted locally other than seeing a message during testing that your tests will not be accelerated. When you run your tests in the YourBase CI, they will be accelerated.
This open source package is a lightweight wrapper for your code that plugs it into the more complex proprietary systems powering YourBase CI servers. We welcome contributions to this wrapper, but at this time we have not built shims or mocks to allow it to be tested front to back outside our systems.
We use Black for code formatting, which is similar in personality to
gofmt -- ruthless consistency, no configuration. Your build will not pass
CI if the Black run doesn't come back clean, so we recommend you have your
editor automatically run it on save. You can run it manually with
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