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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 7.4.3, Package name: py311-test-7.4.3, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

The pytest framework makes it easy to write small tests, yet scales to support
complex functional testing for applications and libraries.

* Detailed info on failing assert statements (no need to remember self.assert*
* Auto-discovery of test modules and functions;
* Modular fixtures for managing small or parametrized long-lived test
* Can run unittest (including trial) and nose test suites out of the box;
* Python 3.5+ and PyPy 3;
* Rich plugin architecture, with over 315+ external plugins and thriving

Required to run:
[textproc/py-expat] [devel/py-setuptools] [devel/py-py] [devel/py-more-itertools] [devel/py-pluggy] [devel/py-attrs] [devel/py-wcwidth] [devel/py-packaging] [lang/python37] [devel/py-importlib-metadata]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers] [devel/py-setuptools_scm]

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   2023-10-25 10:37:18 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
py-test: updated to 7.4.3

pytest 7.4.3 (2023-10-24)

Bug Fixes

- Markers are now considered in the reverse mro order to ensure base  class \ 
markers are considered first -- this resolves a regression.
- Fixed ``:=`` in asserts impacting unrelated test cases.
- Handled an edge case where :data:`sys.stderr` might already be closed when \ 
:ref:`faulthandler` is tearing down.
   2023-09-08 08:26:04 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
py-test: updated to 7.4.2

pytest 7.4.2 (2023-09-07)

Bug Fixes
- Fix doctest collection of `functools.cached_property` objects.
- Fixed bug using ``--importmode=importlib`` which would cause package \ 
``__init__.py`` files to be imported more than once in some cases.
- Fixed bug where `user_properties` where not being saved in the JUnit XML file \ 
if a fixture failed during teardown.
- Fixed crash when parsing long command line arguments that might be interpreted \ 
as files.

Improved Documentation
- Improved disclaimer on pytest plugin reference page to better indicate this is \ 
an automated, non-curated listing.
   2023-09-05 20:58:32 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
py-test: updated to 7.4.1

pytest 7.4.1 (2023-09-02)

Bug Fixes
- Fixed bug where fake intermediate modules generated by \ 
``--import-mode=importlib`` would not include the
  child modules as attributes of the parent modules.
- Fixed error assertion handling in :func:`pytest.approx` when ``None`` is an \ 
expected or received value when comparing dictionaries.
- Fixed issue when using ``--import-mode=importlib`` together with \ 
``--doctest-modules`` that caused modules
  to be imported more than once, causing problems with modules that have import \ 
side effects.
   2023-06-26 18:03:50 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
py-test: updated to 7.4.0

pytest 7.4.0 (2023-06-23)
* Added ExceptionInfo.from_exception(), a simpler way to create an ExceptionInfo \ 
from an exception. This can replace ExceptionInfo.from_exc_info() for most uses.
* Update test log report annotation to named tuple and fixed inconsistency in \ 
docs for pytest_report_teststatus hook.

* When an exception traceback to be displayed is completely filtered out (by \ 
mechanisms such as __tracebackhide__, internal frames, and similar), now only \ 
the exception string and the following message are shown:

“All traceback entries are hidden. Pass --full-trace to see hidden and \ 
internal frames.”.

Previously, the last frame of the traceback was shown, even though it was hidden.

* Improved verbose output (-vv) of skip and xfail reasons by performing text \ 
wrapping while leaving a clear margin for progress output.

Added TerminalReporter.wrap_write() as a helper for that.

* Added handling of %f directive to print microseconds in log format options, \ 
such as log-date-format.

* Added the underlying exception to the cache provider’s path creation and \ 
write warning messages.

* Added warning when testpaths is set, but paths are not found by glob. In this \ 
case, pytest will fall back to searching from the current directory.

* When --confcutdir is not specified, and there is no config file present, the \ 
conftest cutoff directory (--confcutdir) is now set to the rootdir. Previously \ 
in such cases, conftest.py files would be probed all the way to the root \ 
directory of the filesystem. If you are badly affected by this change, consider \ 
adding an empty config file to your desired cutoff directory, or explicitly set \ 

* The norecursedirs check is now performed in a pytest_ignore_collect \ 
implementation, so plugins can affect it.

If after updating to this version you see that your norecursedirs setting is not \ 
being respected, it means that a conftest or a plugin you use has a bad \ 
pytest_ignore_collect implementation. Most likely, your hook returns False for \ 
paths it does not want to ignore, which ends the processing and doesn’t allow \ 
other plugins, including pytest itself, to ignore the path. The fix is to return \ 
None instead of False for paths your hook doesn’t want to ignore.

* caplog.set_level() and caplog.at_level() will temporarily enable the requested \ 
level if level was disabled globally via logging.disable(LEVEL).
Bug Fixes
* Terminal Reporting: Fixed bug when running in --tb=line mode where \ 
pytest.fail(pytrace=False) tests report None.
* Fixed the --last-failed whole-file skipping functionality (“skipped N \ 
files”) for non-python test files.
* Fixed a regression in pytest 7.3.2 which caused to testpaths to be considered \ 
for loading initial conftests, even when it was not utilized (e.g. when explicit \ 
paths were given on the command line). Now the testpaths are only considered \ 
when they are in use.
* Fixed traceback entries hidden with __tracebackhide__ = True still being shown \ 
for chained exceptions (parts after “… the above exception …” message).
* Fix writing non-encodable text to log file when using --debug.
Improved Documentation
* Improved documentation for caplog.set_level().
Trivial/Internal Changes
* Enhanced the CLI flag for -c to now include --config-file to make it clear \ 
that this flag applies to the usage of a custom config file.
   2023-06-12 11:29:53 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
py-test: updated to 7.3.2

pytest 7.3.2 (2023-06-10)

Bug Fixes
- Fix bug where very long option names could cause pytest to break with \ 
``OSError: [Errno 36] File name too long`` on some systems.
- Support for Python 3.12 (beta at the time of writing).
- :confval:`testpaths` is now honored to load root ``conftests``.
- The `monkeypatch` `setitem`/`delitem` type annotations now allow `TypedDict` \ 
- Fixed bug in assertion rewriting where a variable assigned with the walrus \ 
operator could not be used later in a function call.
- Fixed ``--last-failed``'s "(skipped N files)" functionality for \ 
files inside of packages (directories with `__init__.py` files).
   2023-04-17 10:17:42 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
py-test: updated to 7.3.1

pytest 7.3.1 (2023-04-14)

- Python 3.12 support: fixed ``RuntimeError: TestResult has no addDuration \ 
method`` when running ``unittest`` tests.

- Python 3.12 support: fixed ``shutil.rmtree(onerror=...)`` deprecation warning \ 
when using :fixture:`tmp_path`.

Bug Fixes
- Fixed performance regression related to :fixture:`tmp_path` and the new \ 
:confval:`tmp_path_retention_policy` option.

- Fix crash ``INTERNALERROR IndexError: list index out of range`` which happens \ 
when displaying an exception where all entries are hidden.
  This reverts the change "Correctly handle ``__tracebackhide__`` for \ 
chained exceptions." introduced in version 7.3.0.

pytest 7.3.0 (2023-04-08)

- Test methods decorated with ``@classmethod`` can now be discovered as tests, \ 
following the same rules as normal methods. This fills the gap that static \ 
methods were discoverable as tests but not class methods.

- :confval:`console_output_style` now supports ``progress-even-when-capture-no`` \ 
to force the use of the progress output even when capture is disabled. This is \ 
useful in large test suites where capture may have significant performance \ 

- ``--log-disable`` CLI option added to disable individual loggers.

- Added :confval:`tmp_path_retention_count` and \ 
:confval:`tmp_path_retention_policy` configuration options to control how \ 
directories created by the :fixture:`tmp_path` fixture are kept.

- If multiple errors are raised in teardown, we now re-raise an \ 
``ExceptionGroup`` of them instead of discarding all but the last.

- Allow ``-p`` arguments to include spaces (eg: ``-p no:logging`` instead of
  ``-pno:logging``). Mostly useful in the ``addopts`` section of the configuration

- Added ``start`` and ``stop`` timestamps to ``TestReport`` objects.

- Split the report header for ``rootdir``, ``config file`` and ``testpaths`` so \ 
each has its own line.

- pytest should no longer crash on AST with pathological position attributes, \ 
for example testing AST produced by `Hylang \ 

- The full output of a test is no longer truncated if the truncation message \ 
would be longer than
  the hidden text. The line number shown has also been fixed.

Bug Fixes
- The assertion rewriting mechanism now works correctly when assertion \ 
expressions contain the walrus operator.

- Fixed :fixture:`tmp_path` fixture always raising :class:`OSError` on \ 
``emscripten`` platform due to missing :func:`os.getuid`.

- Correctly handle ``__tracebackhide__`` for chained exceptions.
  NOTE: This change was reverted in version 7.3.1.

Improved Documentation
- Fixed the minimal example in :ref:`goodpractices`: ``pip install -e .`` \ 
requires a ``version`` entry in ``pyproject.toml`` to run successfully.

Trivial/Internal Changes
- pytest no longer directly depends on the `attrs \ 
<https://www.attrs.org/en/stable/>`__ package. While
  we at pytest all love the package dearly and would like to thank the ``attrs`` \ 
team for many years of cooperation and support,
  it makes sense for ``pytest`` to have as little external dependencies as \ 
possible, as this helps downstream projects.
  With that in mind, we have replaced the pytest's limited internal usage to use \ 
the standard library's ``dataclasses`` instead.

  Nice diffs for ``attrs`` classes are still supported though.
   2023-03-29 11:34:15 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (96)
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   2023-03-07 19:58:03 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
py-test: updated to 7.2.2

pytest 7.2.2 (2023-03-03)

Bug Fixes
- Fixed :func:`pytest.approx` handling of dictionaries containing one or more \ 
values of `0.0`.
- Fixed crash if `--cache-show` and `--help` are passed at the same time.
- Fixed bug where a fixture method named ``teardown`` would be called as part of \ 
``nose`` teardown stage.
- Fixed crash if ``--fixtures`` and ``--help`` are passed at the same time.
- Fixed :py:func:`pytest.raises` to return a 'ContextManager' so that \ 
type-checkers could narrow
  :code:`pytest.raises(...) if ... else nullcontext()` down to 'ContextManager' \ 
rather than 'object'.

Improved Documentation
- Added `CI` and `BUILD_NUMBER` environment variables to the documentation.
- Fixed entry-points declaration in the documentation example using Hatch.
- Changed wording of the module level skip to be very explicit
  about not collecting tests and not executing the rest of the module.