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Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
Funcargs & other fun with pytest
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Funcargs & other fun with pytest

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Video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DTNejE9EraI
Code - https://gist.github.com/3386951

Pytest is a mature and comprehensive testing suite for Python projects, but it can be a little intimidating for newcomers. Where do these mysterious funcargs come from, how do parametrised tests work, and where are my xUnit-style setUp and tearDown methods?

Pytest lives by "convention over configuration" - which is great once you know what the conventions are. This talk will look at real examples of pytest in use, emphasising the features that differentiate it from nose.

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  • 1. funcargs & other fun with pytest PyCon AU 2012 Brianna Laugher
  • 2. pytest – all the good stuff✔ all test styles: unittest, doctest, nose✔ boilerplate-free style – natural asserts✔ support for running tests distributed, boxed✔ generate JUnit-style XML for Jenkins CI✔ informative error reporting✔ extensible plugins, useful builtins✔ skip, xfail, custom markers✔ parametrize, generate tests✔ monkeypatch✔ funcargs!
  • 3. my background● using pytest seriously for ~18 months at work● really enjoying it!● how it feels to use pytest: →
  • 4. Graphical Forecast Editor● client/server desktop application used by forecasters to generate the (text & graphical) forecasts● pilot in VIC, funding to roll out nationally, ~5 year project, 20+ new devs/testers● existing codebase of Python and C++ (used operationally in US) ● home-grown test suite and runner (via GUI)
  • 5. informative error reporting
  • 6. informative error reporting
  • 7. extensible● e.g. add in unittest assert methods
  • 8. extensible● e.g. add hook for winpdb
  • 9. skip
  • 10. xfail
  • 11. custom markers
  • 12. parametrize
  • 13. generate tests● defined once per module● list/generate data to supply to 1+ tests● way more flexible cf. py.test.mark.parametrize
  • 14. generate generators!
  • 15. monkeypatch
  • 16. funcargs!
  • 17. funcargs – idealised db example
  • 18. funcargs – trivial django example
  • 19. funcargs – trivial GAE examples
  • 20. funcargs – trivial GAE examples
  • 21. funcargs – why?● dependency injection, aka inversion of control ● works a treat with TDD ● very natural with mocking ● encourages modular design
  • 22. funcargs – a real DB example
  • 23. funcargs – a real DB example
  • 24. funcargs – to express prereqs● for when a decorator is not powerful enough
  • 25. funcargs – to hide monkeypatch :)
  • 26. generate + funcarg - anypython
  • 27. pytest – the future
  • 28. test evolution -v0
  • 29. test evolution - v1
  • 30. test evolution - v2
  • 31. test evolution – v3
  • 32. test evolution - v4
  • 33. pytest – all the good stuff✔ all test styles: unittest, doctest, nose✔ boilerplate-free style – natural asserts✔ support for running tests distributed, boxed✔ generate JUnit-style XML for Jenkins CI✔ informative error reporting✔ extensible plugins, useful builtins✔ skip, xfail, custom markers✔ parametrize, generate tests✔ monkeypatch✔ funcargs!
  • 34. ● http://codespeak.net/mailman/listinfo/py-dev● testing-in-python mailing list● Stack Overflow● lead developer Holger Krekel is very responsive
  • 35. pytest.org
  • 36. credits, thanks, contactComic panels from comicallyvintage.tumblr.comBureau of Meteorology● In particular, Darius Powell introduced pytest to our projectCode examples: gist.github.com/3386951 brianna@modernthings.org brianna.laugher.id.au / b.laugher@bom.gov.au @pfctdayelise

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