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chore(python): simplify nox steps in CONTRIBUTING.rst (#195)
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chore: add kokoro 3.9 config templates
chore: update precommit hook pre-commit/pre-commit-hooks to v4
chore(python): remove hardcoded versions in CONTRIBUTING.rst
docs: omit mention of Python 2.7 in 'CONTRIBUTING.rst'
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# Format: //devtools/kokoro/config/proto/build.proto

# Build logs will be here
action {
define_artifacts {
regex: "**/*sponge_log.xml"
}
}

# Specify which tests to run
env_vars: {
key: "RUN_TESTS_SESSION"
value: "py-3.9"
}

# Declare build specific Cloud project.
env_vars: {
key: "BUILD_SPECIFIC_GCLOUD_PROJECT"
value: "python-docs-samples-tests-py39"
}

env_vars: {
key: "TRAMPOLINE_BUILD_FILE"
value: "github/python-bigquery-sqlalchemy/.kokoro/test-samples.sh"
}

# Configure the docker image for kokoro-trampoline.
env_vars: {
key: "TRAMPOLINE_IMAGE"
value: "gcr.io/cloud-devrel-kokoro-resources/python-samples-testing-docker"
}

# Download secrets for samples
gfile_resources: "/bigstore/cloud-devrel-kokoro-resources/python-docs-samples"

# Download trampoline resources.
gfile_resources: "/bigstore/cloud-devrel-kokoro-resources/trampoline"

# Use the trampoline script to run in docker.
build_file: "python-bigquery-sqlalchemy/.kokoro/trampoline.sh"
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# Format: //devtools/kokoro/config/proto/build.proto

env_vars: {
key: "INSTALL_LIBRARY_FROM_SOURCE"
value: "True"
}
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# Format: //devtools/kokoro/config/proto/build.proto

env_vars: {
key: "INSTALL_LIBRARY_FROM_SOURCE"
value: "True"
}

env_vars: {
key: "TRAMPOLINE_BUILD_FILE"
value: "github/python-pubsub/.kokoro/test-samples-against-head.sh"
}
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# Format: //devtools/kokoro/config/proto/build.proto

env_vars: {
key: "INSTALL_LIBRARY_FROM_SOURCE"
value: "False"
}
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# Format: //devtools/kokoro/config/proto/build.proto

env_vars: {
key: "INSTALL_LIBRARY_FROM_SOURCE"
value: "True"
}
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# See https://pre-commit.com/hooks.html for more hooks
repos:
- repo: https://github.com/pre-commit/pre-commit-hooks
rev: v3.4.0
rev: v4.0.1
hooks:
- id: trailing-whitespace
- id: end-of-file-fixer
@@ -68,15 +68,12 @@ Using ``nox``
We use `nox <https://nox.readthedocs.io/en/latest/>`__ to instrument our tests.

- To test your changes, run unit tests with ``nox``::
$ nox -s unit

$ nox -s unit-2.7
$ nox -s unit-3.8
$ ...
- To run a single unit test::

- Args to pytest can be passed through the nox command separated by a `--`. For
example, to run a single test::
$ nox -s unit-3.9 -- -k <name of test>

$ nox -s unit-3.8 -- -k <name of test>

.. note::

@@ -143,18 +140,16 @@ Running System Tests
- To run system tests, you can execute::

# Run all system tests
$ nox -s system-3.8
$ nox -s system-2.7
$ nox -s system

# Run a single system test
$ nox -s system-3.8 -- -k <name of test>
$ nox -s system-3.9 -- -k <name of test>


.. note::

System tests are only configured to run under Python 2.7 and
Python 3.8. For expediency, we do not run them in older versions
of Python 3.
System tests are only configured to run under Python 3.8 and 3.9.
For expediency, we do not run them in older versions of Python 3.

This alone will not run the tests. You'll need to change some local
auth settings and change some configuration in your project to
@@ -218,8 +213,8 @@ Supported versions can be found in our ``noxfile.py`` `config`_.
.. _config: https://github.com/googleapis/python-bigquery-sqlalchemy/blob/master/noxfile.py


We also explicitly decided to support Python 3 beginning with version
3.6. Reasons for this include:
We also explicitly decided to support Python 3 beginning with version 3.6.
Reasons for this include:

- Encouraging use of newest versions of Python 3
- Taking the lead of `prominent`_ open-source `projects`_

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