Running tests

Wand has unit tests and regression tests. It can be run using setup.py script:

$ python setup.py test

It uses pytest as its testing library. The above command will automatically install pytest as well if it’s not installed yet.

Or you can manually install pytest and then use py.test command. It provides more options:

$ pip install pytest
$ py.test

Skipping tests

There are some time-consuming tests. You can skip these tests using --skip-slow option:

$ py.test --skip-slow

You can run only tests you want using -k option.

$ py.test -k image

Using tox

Wand should be compatible with various Python implementations including CPython 2.6, 2.7, PyPy. tox is a testing software that helps Python packages to test on various Python implementations at a time.

It can be installed using easy_install or pip:

$ easy_install tox

If you type just tox at Wand directory it will be tested on multiple Python interpreters:

$ tox
GLOB sdist-make: /Users/dahlia/Desktop/wand/setup.py
py26 create: /Users/dahlia/Desktop/wand/.tox/py26
py26 installdeps: pytest
py26 sdist-inst: /Users/dahlia/Desktop/wand/.tox/dist/Wand-0.2.2.zip
py26 runtests: commands[0]
...

You can use a double -- to pass options to pytest:

$ tox -- -k sequence

Continuous Integration

Build Status

Travis CI automatically builds and tests every commit and pull request. The above banner image shows the current status of Wand build. You can see the detail of the current status from the following URL:

https://travis-ci.org/dahlia/wand

Code Coverage

Coverage Status

Coveralls support tracking Wand’s test coverage. The above banner image shows the current status of Wand coverage. You can see the details of the current status from the following URL:

https://coveralls.io/r/dahlia/wand