Source code for zope.testrunner.eggsupport

""" Add unit and functional testing support to setuptools-driven eggs.

from setuptools.command.test import ScanningLoader
from setuptools.command.test import test as BaseCommand

[docs]def skipLayers(suite, _result=None): """ Walk the suite returned by setuptools' testloader. o Skip any tests which have a 'layer' defined. """ from unittest import TestSuite if _result is None: _result = TestSuite() # Sometimes test suites do not have tests, like DocFileSuite. if not suite._tests: _result.addTest(suite) return _result for test in suite._tests: layer = getattr(test, 'layer', None) if layer is not None: continue if isinstance(test, TestSuite): skipLayers(test, _result) else: _result.addTest(test) return _result
[docs]class SkipLayers(ScanningLoader): """ Load only unit tests (those which have no layer associated with them). * Running the tests using ' test' cannot, by default, drive the full testrunner, with its support for layers (in functional tests). This loader allows the command to work, by running only those tests which don't need the layer support. * To run layer-dependent tests, use ' ftest' (see below for adding the command to your * To use this loader your package add the following your 'setup()' call:: setup( ... setup_requires=[ 'eggtestinfo' # captures testing metadata in EGG-INFO ], tests_require=['zope.testrunner', ], ... test_loader='zope.testrunner.eggsupport:SkipLayers', ... ) """
[docs] def loadTestsFromModule(self, module): return skipLayers( ScanningLoader.loadTestsFromModule(self, module))
[docs] def loadTestsFromNames(self, testNames, module): return skipLayers( ScanningLoader.loadTestsFromNames(self, testNames, module))
def print_usage(): print('python ftest') print() print(ftest.__doc__)
[docs]class ftest(BaseCommand): """ Run unit and functional tests after an in-place build. * Note that this command runs *all* tests (unit *and* functional). * This command does not provide any of the configuration options which the usual testrunner provided by 'zope.testrunner' offers: it is intended to allow easy verification that a package has been installed correctly via setuptools, but is not likely to be useful for developers working on the package. * Developers working on the package will likely prefer to work with the stock testrunner, e.g., by using buildout with a recipe which configures the testrunner as a standalone script. * To use this in your package add the following to the 'entry_points' section:: setup( ... setup_requires=[ 'zope.testrunner', 'eggtestinfo' # captures testing metadata in EGG-INFO ], ... ) """ description = "Run all functional and unit tests after in-place build" user_options = [] help_options = [('usage', '?', 'Show usage', print_usage)]
[docs] def initialize_options(self): pass # suppress normal handling
[docs] def finalize_options(self): pass # suppress normal handling
[docs] def run(self): from zope.testrunner import run args = ['IGNORE_ME'] dist = self.distribution for src_loc in (dist.package_dir.values() or ['.']): args += ['--test-path', src_loc] if dist.install_requires: dist.fetch_build_eggs(dist.install_requires) if dist.tests_require: dist.fetch_build_eggs(dist.tests_require) def _run(): run(args=args) self.with_project_on_sys_path(_run)