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# 'Tox' is a tool for automating sdist/build/test cycles against
# multiple Python versions:
# http://pypi.python.org/pypi/tox
# http://tox.testrun.org/
# Running the command 'tox' while in the root of the scipy source
# directory will:
# - Create a scipy source distribution (setup.py sdist)
# - Then for every supported version of Python:
# - Create a virtualenv in {homedir}/.tox/scipy/py$VERSION and
# install dependencies. (These virtualenvs are cached across
# runs unless you use --recreate.)
# - Use pip to install the scipy sdist into the virtualenv
# - Run the scipy tests
# To run against a specific subset of Python versions, use:
# tox -e py24,py27
# Extra arguments will be passed to test-installed-scipy.py. To run
# the full testsuite:
# tox full
# To run with extra verbosity:
# tox -- -v
# Tox assumes that you have appropriate Python interpreters already
# installed and that they can be run as 'python2.6', 'python2.7', etc.
[tox]
toxworkdir = {homedir}/.tox/scipy/
envlist = py26,py27,py31,py32,py33
[testenv]
deps=
nose
numpy
changedir={envdir}
commands=python {toxinidir}/runtests.py -n -m full {posargs:}
[pep8]
max_line_length = 79
statistics = True
ignore = E121,E122,E123,E125,E126,E127,E128,E226,E231,E251,E265,E266,E302,E402,E501,E712,E721,E731,W291,W293,W391,W503
exclude = scipy/__config__.py