This module contains a simple Pytest plugin for the pmisc test module.
When using the functions in the test module of the pmisc package (assert_arg_invalid, assert_exception, assert_prop, assert_ro_prop, and compare_strings), Pytest assertion failure reports stop at the code line using these functions and do not continue into the pmisc test module. This focuses attention on the actual assertion failing, and improves clarity and conciseness
The plugin has been developed and tested with Python 2.7, 3.5, 3.6 and 3.7 under Linux (Debian, Ubuntu), Apple OS X and Microsoft Windows
$ pip install pytest-pmisc
- 1.0.1 [2019-02-19]: Updated to newest dependency versions
- 1.0.0 [2018-02-18]: Initial release
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