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Developing Hieroglyph

Running Tests

The unit tests can be run via setup.py:

$ ./bin/python setup.py test

Tox can be used to run the tests with both Python 2 and 3. The Tox configuration will run the tests with Sphinx 1.4, Sphinx 1.5, Sphinx 1.6, and the development branch. Note that Hieroglyph requires Tox 1.8.

$ tox

Jasmine Tests for Javascript

There are some Jasmine tests in src/jstests that test theme Javascript functionality. You can open src/jstests/SpecRunner.html in your browser to run those. Alternately, you can install the jasmine gem to do so.

If you have Bundler installed, get started by installing the necessary gems:

$ bundle install

Then run the tests using rake:

$ rake jasmine:ci JASMINE_CONFIG_PATH=./src/jstests/jasmine.yml

Releasing

Hieroglyph uses Versioneer to manage version numbers in releases. Versioneer derives the version number from the latest tag and source information.

To make a release, use the following steps.

  1. Update NEWS.txt to include the release date and information.

  2. Tag the release with git:

    $ git tag hieroglyph-x.y.z
    
  3. Build the distributions:

    $ python setup.py sdist bdist_wheel
    
  4. Upload the distributions to PyPI; the recommended tool for this is Twine.

    $ twine upload dist/*