[TIP] tox, a new generic virtualenv/test management tool
alfredodeza at gmail.com
Mon Jul 12 05:22:28 PDT 2010
On Mon, Jul 12, 2010 at 7:31 AM, holger krekel <holger at merlinux.eu> wrote:
> I have been talking about it with various people lately and
> am now happy announce the first release of "tox".
> tox aims to automate tedious Python related test activities driven
> from a simple ``tox.ini`` file, including:
> * creation and management of virtualenv environments
> * installing your Python package into each of them
> * run your test tool of choice (nose, py.test, unittests, you name it)
> * testing packages against each other without needing to upload to PyPI
> tox runs well on Python2.4 up until Python3.1 and integrates
> well with Continous Integration servers like Hudson. There are many
> real-life examples and a fair amount of docs. Read up on
> and please report any issues. This is a fresh project and
> i'd like to drive further improvements from real world needs
> and feedback.
> thanks & cheers,
> holger krekel
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In some of your configuration examples you have something like this:
envlist = py26,py31
And I am wondering if this is meant to have functionality like RVM (Ruby
Version Manager) where it lets you build whatever version of Python
you need to run your tests.
I'm thinking this is probably not the case, but that would be a very
interesting feature if possible.
Thanks for sharing the release!
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