./devel/py-test-relaxed, Relaxed test discovery/organization for pytest

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 1.1.0, Package name: py27-test-relaxed-1.1.0, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

pytest-relaxed provides 'relaxed' test discovery for pytest.

Has it ever felt strange to you that we put our tests in tests/, then name the
files test_foo.py, name the test classes TestFoo, and finally name the test
methods test_foo_bar? Especially when almost all of the code inside of tests/
is, well, tests?

This pytest plugin takes a page from the rest of Python, where you don't have
to explicitly note public module/class members, but only need to hint as to
which ones are private. By default, all files and objects pytest is told to
scan will be considered tests; to mark something as not-a-test, simply prefix
it with an underscore.


Required to run:
[devel/py-setuptools] [lang/python27] [devel/py-decorator] [devel/py-test] [lang/py-six]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

Master sites:

SHA1: 02e7f3c45016db5510d13b1588a563dba21c03d3
RMD160: aa48064ee34789e8caf81a62425aded09177866b
Filesize: 25.334 KB

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   2017-11-26 18:20:35 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
py-test-relaxed: updated to 1.1.0

1.1.0:
Add support for collecting/displaying hybrid/legacy test suites -- specifically, \ 
by getting out of pytest's way on collection of test_named_files and stripping \ 
test prefixes/suffixes when displaying tests in verbose mode. This makes it \ 
easier to take an existing test suite and slowly port it to 'relaxed' style.
   2017-11-15 10:23:18 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (5)
Log message:
py-test-relaxed: added version 1.0.0

pytest-relaxed provides 'relaxed' test discovery for pytest.

Has it ever felt strange to you that we put our tests in tests/, then name the
files test_foo.py, name the test classes TestFoo, and finally name the test
methods test_foo_bar? Especially when almost all of the code inside of tests/
is, well, tests?

This pytest plugin takes a page from the rest of Python, where you don't have
to explicitly note public module/class members, but only need to hint as to
which ones are private. By default, all files and objects pytest is told to
scan will be considered tests; to mark something as not-a-test, simply prefix
it with an underscore.