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Misc doc updates (mostly around running tests) #4910
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This adds and documents a workaround for
#4909. It feels a bit weird to
pretend to be CI just to run the test suite, though. Maybe we can do
something about that later.
I ran into a lot of trouble trying to get the tests to run when working
on #4908, and that was largely
because the instructions in this CONTRIBUTING.md file seem to have
The bit about "can be run very simply" is bogus. It's
unfortunately not that simple right now.
make test(the docker approach) fails for me with this error:
The docker image it relies upon
(https://hub.docker.com/r/kennethreitz/pipenv-tests) hasn't been
updated in 4 years, so I assume it's just not something people use
Relatedly, there was a
Dockerfileat the root of this repo that
appears to be unused. Let me know if it's used somewhere I'm not
realizing, I can add it back!
https://kennethreitz.org/essays/be-cordial-or-be-on-your-way seems to
be a broken link now. I found
./run-tests.shdoesn't work for me. It's failing for the same
reason described by @ncoghlan here:
Cannot install into user site directory with editable source. pip#7953 (comment). He
said something about a
PIPENV_BOOTSTRAPenvironment variable, but I
can't find any information about that.