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pytest plugin for testing mypy types, stubs, and plugins

Tests Status Checked with mypy Gitter PyPI Conda Version

Installation

This package is available on PyPI

pip install pytest-mypy-plugins

and conda-forge

conda install -c conda-forge pytest-mypy-plugins

Usage

Running

Plugin, after installation, is automatically picked up by pytest therefore it is sufficient to just execute:

pytest

Paths

The PYTHONPATH and MYPYPATH environment variables, if set, are passed to mypy on invocation. This may be helpful if you are testing a local plugin and need to provide an import path to it.

Be aware that when mypy is run in a subprocess (the default) the test cases are run in temporary working directories where relative paths such as PYTHONPATH=./my_plugin do not reference the directory which you are running pytest from. If you encounter this, consider invoking pytest with --mypy-same-process or make your paths absolute, e.g. PYTHONPATH=$(pwd)/my_plugin pytest.

You can also specify PYTHONPATH, MYPYPATH, or any other environment variable in env: section of yml spec:

- case: mypy_path_from_env
  main: |
    from pair import Pair

    instance: Pair
    reveal_type(instance)  # N: Revealed type is 'pair.Pair'
  env:
    - MYPYPATH=./pytest_mypy_plugins/tests/fixtures

What is a test case?

In general each test case is just an element in an array written in a properly formatted YAML file. On top of that, each case must comply to following types:

Property Type Description
case str Name of the test case, complies to [a-zA-Z0-9] pattern
main str Portion of the code as if written in .py file
files Optional[List[File]]=[]* List of extra files to simulate imports if needed
disable_cache Optional[bool]=False Set to true disables mypy caching
mypy_config Optional[Dict[str, Union[str, int, bool, float]]]={} Inline mypy configuration, passed directly to mypy as --config-file option
env Optional[Dict[str, str]]={} Environmental variables to be provided inside of test run
parametrized Optional[List[Parameter]]=[]* List of parameters, similar to @pytest.mark.parametrize
skip str Expression evaluated with following globals set: sys, os, pytest and platform
expect_fail bool Mark test case as an expected failure, like @pytest.mark.xfail
regex str Allow regular expressions in comments to be matched against actual output. Defaults to "no", i.e. matches full text.

(*) Appendix to pseudo types used above:

class File:
    path: str
    content: Optional[str] = None
Parameter = Mapping[str, Any]

Implementation notes:

  • main must be non-empty string that evaluates to valid Python code,
  • content of each of extra files must evaluate to valid Python code,
  • parametrized entries must all be the objects of the same type. It simply means that each entry must have exact same set of keys,
  • skip - an expression set in skip is passed directly into eval. It is advised to take a peek and learn about how eval works.

Example

1. Inline type expectations

# typesafety/test_request.yml
- case: request_object_has_user_of_type_auth_user_model
  main: |
    from django.http.request import HttpRequest
    reveal_type(HttpRequest().user)  # N: Revealed type is 'myapp.models.MyUser'
    # check that other fields work ok
    reveal_type(HttpRequest().method)  # N: Revealed type is 'Union[builtins.str, None]'
  files:
    - path: myapp/__init__.py
    - path: myapp/models.py
      content: |
        from django.db import models
        class MyUser(models.Model):
            pass

2. @parametrized

- case: with_params
  parametrized:
    - val: 1
      rt: builtins.int
    - val: 1.0
      rt: builtins.float
  main: |
    reveal_type({[ val }})  # N: Revealed type is '{{ rt }}'

3. Longer type expectations

- case: with_out
  main: |
    reveal_type('abc')
  out: |
    main:1: note: Revealed type is 'builtins.str'

4. Regular expressions in expectations

- case: expected_message_regex_with_out
  regex: yes
  main: |
    a = 'abc'
    reveal_type(a)
  out: |
    main:2: note: .*str.*

5. Regular expressions specific lines of output.

- case: expected_single_message_regex
  main: |
    a = 'hello'
    reveal_type(a)  # NR: .*str.*

Options

mypy-tests:
  --mypy-testing-base=MYPY_TESTING_BASE
                        Base directory for tests to use
  --mypy-ini-file=MYPY_INI_FILE
                        Which .ini file to use as a default config for tests
  --mypy-same-process   Run in the same process. Useful for debugging, will create problems with import cache
  --mypy-extension-hook=MYPY_EXTENSION_HOOK
                        Fully qualified path to the extension hook function, in case you need custom yaml keys. Has to be top-level.
  --mypy-only-local-stub
                        mypy will ignore errors from site-packages

Further reading

License

MIT