[TIP] Coverage kills python with sys.settrace(None): how to work around?
Michael McNeil Forbes
michael.forbes+python at gmail.com
Mon Mar 9 02:52:55 PDT 2015
I am trying to run coverage via nosetests from setup.py, but once the coverage report is produced, coverage calls sys.settrace(None) which rapidly kills everything and I can no longer continue processing. (I would like to run some additional tests after like pep8 syntax checks etc.)
How can I run coverage on my tests and then continue with other checks if everything is successful?
I am subclassing Command in my setup.py file defining a run command like:
Even if all the nosetests pass, coverage kills everything when the tracer is stopped. As such, I can't even catch an exception.
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