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Useful py.test commands.
py.test test_sample.py --collect-only # collects information test suite
py.test test_sample.py -v # outputs verbose messages
py.test -q test_sample.py # omit filename output
python -m pytest -q test_sample.py # calling pytest through python
py.test --markers # show available markers
# In order to create a reusable marker.
/*
# content of pytest.ini
[pytest]
markers =
webtest: mark a test as a webtest.
*/
py.test -k "TestClass and not test_one" # only run tests with names that match the "string expression"
py.test test_server.py::TestClass::test_method # cnly run tests that match the node ID
py.test -x # stop after first failure
py.test --maxfail=2 # stop after two failures
py.test --showlocals # show local variables in tracebacks
py.test -l # (shortcut)
py.test --tb=long # the default informative traceback formatting
py.test --tb=native # the Python standard library formatting
py.test --tb=short # a shorter traceback format
py.test --tb=line # only one line per failure
py.test --tb=no # no tracebak output
py.test -x --pdb # drop to PDB on first failure, then end test session
py.test --durations=10 # list of the slowest 10 test durations.
py.test --maxfail=2 -rf # exit after 2 failures, report fail info.
py.test -n 4 # send tests to multiple CPUs
py.test -m slowest # run tests with decorator @pytest.mark.slowest or slowest = pytest.mark.slowest; @slowest
py.test --traceconfig # find out which py.test plugins are active in your environment.
py.test --instafail # if pytest-instafail is installed, show errors and failures instantly instead of waiting until the end of test suite.
# Test using parametrize
/*
import pytest
@pytest.mark.parametrize(
('n', 'expected'), [
(1, 2),
(2, 3),
(3, 4),
(4, 5),
pytest.mark.xfail((1, 0)),
pytest.mark.xfail(reason="some bug")((1, 0)),
pytest.mark.skipif('sys.version_info >= (3,0)')((10, 11)),
]
)
def test_increment(n, expected):
assert n + 1 == expected
*/
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