[TIP] tox-0.9: better CI bootstrapping / custom PyPI index servers
fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Fri Nov 26 11:13:22 PST 2010
On 26/11/2010 19:05, Kumar McMillan wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 2:54 PM, holger krekel<holger at merlinux.eu> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> i just released tox-0.9, the generic virtualenv-using test integration
>> automation tool (tm).
> Hi Holger, congrats on the release and thanks for the news. I
> couldn't find any examples on the tox site for how to use the pypy-c
> interpreter aside from a mention that it requires patches. Can you
> point to a tox.ini file that shows how to test against pypy? I got
> this error with out-of-the-box pypy 1.4: IOError: [Errno 2] No such
> file or directory:
I'm getting the same error unfortunately. :-(
It looks like creating a virtualenv for pypy with '--distribute' fails
to actually install distribute. Even though it thinks it has.
>> This release brings a new zero-install way to
>> deploy tox and your test suite on Hudson slaves. Apart from one or
>> more Python interpreters you do not need anything on the slave side,
>> see here for details:
>> Moreover, you can now work with multiple PyPI index servers which
>> is very nice if you (want to) operate your own in-company servers,
>> see here for details:
>> Btw, what kind of custom servers are you successfully using?
>> (tell me on twitter @hpk42 if you like).
>> Oh, and for basic info just go to
>> if that wasn't clear yet.
>> have fun,
>> Changelog for 0.9
>> - added support for working with different and multiple PYPI indexservers.
>> - fix pip-installation mixups by always unsetting PIP_RESPECT_VIRTUALENV
>> (thanks Armin Ronacher)
>> - issue1: Add a toxbootstrap.py script for tox, thanks to Sridhar Ratnakumar
>> - new option: -r|--recreate to force recreation of virtualenv
>> - show logfile content if there is an error (makes CI output
>> more readable)
>> - depend on py>=1.4.0 which does not contain or install the py.test
>> anymore which is now a separate distribution "pytest".
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