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pytest-logger 0.1.4

Plugin configuring handlers for loggers from Python logging module.

Pytest-logger is a pytest plugin configuring handlers for loggers from Python logging module.

You can install pytest-logger via pip from PyPI:

$ [sudo] pip install pytest-logger

Plugin puts logs on per-logger basis to:

  • standard output,
  • files within log-specific directory under pytest’s tmpdir_factory session directory.

You can setup plugin using hooks:

#conftest.py
import os

def pytest_logger_stdoutloggers(item):
    return ['foo', 'bar']

def pytest_logger_fileloggers(item):
    return ['foo', 'bar']

def pytest_logger_logdirlink(config):
    return os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), 'mylogs')

have logging tests or libraries (including fixtures):

#test_something.py
import pytest
import logging

foo = logging.getLogger('foo')
foo.setLevel(logging.INFO)

bar = logging.getLogger('bar')

@pytest.yield_fixture(scope='session')
def session_thing():
    foo.info('constructing session thing')
    yield
    foo.info('destroying session thing')

@pytest.yield_fixture
def testcase_thing():
    foo.info('constructing testcase thing')
    yield
    foo.info('destroying testcase thing')

def test_one(session_thing, testcase_thing):
    foo.info('one executes')
    bar.warning('this test does nothing aside from logging')

def test_two(session_thing, testcase_thing):
    foo.info('two executes')
    bar.warning('neither does this')

and expect output in terminal (if not captured):

$ py.test -s -v
(...)
test_something.py::test_one
00:00.001 inf foo: constructing session thing
00:00.001 inf foo: constructing testcase thing
00:00.002 inf foo: one executes
00:00.002 wrn bar: this test does nothing aside from logging
PASSED
00:00.002 inf foo: destroying testcase thing

test_something.py::test_two
00:00.000 inf foo: constructing testcase thing
00:00.000 inf foo: two executes
00:00.000 wrn bar: neither does this
PASSED
00:00.001 inf foo: destroying testcase thing
00:00.001 inf foo: destroying session thing
(...)

and - the same - in filesystem:

$ file mylogs
mylogs: symbolic link to `/tmp/pytest-of-aurzenligl/pytest-48/logs'

$ tree mylogs
mylogs
`-- test_something.py
    |-- test_one
    |   |-- bar
    |   `-- foo
    `-- test_two
        |-- bar
        `-- foo

Distributed under the terms of the MIT license, pytest-logger is free and open source software.

 
File Type Py Version Uploaded on Size
pytest-logger-0.1.4.tar.gz (md5) Source 2017-02-27 19KB
pytest_logger-0.1.4-py2.py3-none-any.whl (md5) Python Wheel py2.py3 2017-02-27 8KB