Python Makefile
Clone or download
Latest commit 338e161 Aug 1, 2018
Permalink
Failed to load latest commit information.
bin Fixes #224. Oct 5, 2014
docs Version bump 0.8.4 Jul 31, 2018
nose2 Version bump 0.8.4 Jul 31, 2018
.coveragerc Move coverage config to .coveragerc Jul 22, 2013
.gitignore Add virtulenvs created by make to gitignore Nov 11, 2017
.gitmodules Move docs to RTD Apr 15, 2012
.travis.yml drop support for python 3.3 Jul 23, 2018
AUTHORS Added @aloysbaillet to the AUTHORS file. May 27, 2014
MANIFEST.in Add missing requirements files to package data Dec 13, 2017
Makefile Add Makefile to enable "quickstart" workflow Nov 11, 2017
README.rst Small typo fix Apr 1, 2018
changelog.rst release 0.6.1 Feb 26, 2016
contributing.rst Update contributing guide (#357) Nov 2, 2017
development.txt Replace cov-core with coverage plugin Oct 25, 2017
license.txt Add license file Jan 19, 2012
requirements-2.7.txt Use specific version of python for requirements (#348) Oct 24, 2017
requirements-3.2.txt make tox run well and use travis-tox Oct 25, 2017
requirements-3.4.txt Use specific version of python for requirements (#348) Oct 24, 2017
requirements-3.5.txt Use specific version of python for requirements (#348) Oct 24, 2017
requirements-3.6.txt Update to test on py3.6 and declare compatibility Dec 13, 2017
requirements-3.7.txt Add py3.7 as a test target, but allow failure Dec 13, 2017
requirements-docs.txt make tox run well and use travis-tox Oct 25, 2017
requirements-pypy2.7.txt make tox run well and use travis-tox Oct 25, 2017
requirements-pypy3.2.txt make tox run well and use travis-tox Oct 25, 2017
requirements-pypy3.5.txt Use specific version of python for requirements (#348) Oct 24, 2017
requirements.txt Replace cov-core with coverage plugin Oct 25, 2017
setup.py Update to test on py3.6 and declare compatibility Dec 13, 2017
tox-win32.ini Add py3.7 as a test target, but allow failure Dec 13, 2017
tox.ini drop support for python 3.3 Jul 23, 2018
unit_workaround.py Drop unsupported Python 2.6 and 3.2 (#341) Oct 21, 2017
unittest.cfg Turn on log capture Jan 23, 2012

README.rst

Build Status Coverage Status Code Health Latest PyPI version Dependencies Status Gitter Channel

Welcome to nose2

Note: As of 0.7.0 we no longer support 2.6, 3.2, or 3.3. We also removed nose2.compat.

nose2 aims to improve on nose by:

  • providing a better plugin api
  • being easier for users to configure
  • simplifying internal interfaces and processes
  • supporting Python 2 and 3 from the same codebase, without translation
  • encouraging greater community involvement in its development

In service of some of those goals, some features of nose are not supported in nose2. See differences for a thorough rundown.

Workflow

If you want to make contributions, you can use the Makefile to get started quickly and easily:

# All you need is a supported version of python and virtualenv installed
make test

tox will run our full test suite against all supported version of python that you have installed locally. Don't worry if you don't have all supported versions installed. Your changes will get tested automatically when you make a PR.

Use make help to see other options.

Original Mission & Present Goals

When nose2 was first written, the plan for its future was to wait for unittest2 plugins to be released (nose2 is actually based on the plugins branch of unittest2). Once that was done, nose2 was to become a set of plugins and default configuration for unittest2.

However, based on the current status of unittest2, it is doubtful that this plan will ever be carried out.

Current Goals

Even though unittest2 plugins never arrived, nose2 is still being maintained! We have a small community interested in continuing to work on and use nose2

However, given the current climate, with much more interest accruing around pytest, nose2 is prioritizing bugfixes and maintenance ahead of new feature development.