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pytest-splinter 1.0.2

Splinter subplugin for Pytest BDD plugin

Latest Version: 1.2.10

Splinter plugin for the py.test runner

Install pytest-splinter

pip install pytest-splinter

Features

The plugin provides many useful fixtures to be used if you’re using splinter for browser testing

Fixtures

  • browser

    Get the splinter’s Browser. Fixture is underneath session scoped, so browser process is started once per test session.

  • splinter_selenium_implicit_wait

    Implicit wait timeout to be passed to Selenium webdriver. Fixture gets the value from the command-line option splinter-implicit-wait (see below)

  • splinter_selenium_speed

    Speed for Selenium, if not 0 then it will sleep between each selenium command. Useful for debugging/demonstration. Fixture gets the value from the command-line option splinter-speed (see below)

  • splinter_selenium_socket_timeout

    Socket timeout for communication between the webdriver and the browser. Fixture gets the value from the command-line option splinter-socket-timeout (see below)

  • splinter_webdriver

    Splinter’s webdriver name to use. Fixture gets the value from the command-line option splinter-webdriver (see below)

  • splinter_session_scoped_browser

    pytest-splinter should use single browser instance per test session. Fixture gets the value from the command-line option splinter-session-scoped-browser (see below)

  • splinter_file_download_dir

    Directory, to which browser will automatically download the files it will experience during browsing. For example when you click on some download link. By default it’s a temporary directory. Automatic downloading of files is only supported for firefox driver at the moment.

  • splinter_download_file_types

    Comma-separated list of content types to automatically download. By default it’s the all known system mime types (via mimetypes standard library).

  • splinter_browser_load_condition

    Browser load condition, python function which should return True. If function returns False, it will be run several times, until timeout below reached.

  • splinter_browser_load_timeout

    Browser load condition timeout in seconds, after this timeout the exception WaitUntilTimeout will be raised.

  • splinter_firefox_profile_preferences

    Firefox profile preferences, a dictionary which is passed to selenium webdriver’s profile_preferences

  • splinter_driver_kwargs

    Webdriver keyword arguments, a dictionary which is passed to selenium webdriver’s constructor (after applying firefox preferences)

  • splinter_window_size

    Size of the browser window on browser initialization. Tuple in form (<width>, <height>). Default is (1366, 768)

Command-line options

  • <kbd>--splinter-implicit-wait</kbd>
     

    Selenium webdriver implicit wait. Seconds (default: 1).

  • <kbd>--splinter-speed</kbd>
     

    selenium webdriver speed (from command to command). Seconds (default: 0).

  • <kbd>--splinter-socket-timeout</kbd>
     

    Selenium webdriver socket timeout for for communication between the webdriver and the browser. Seconds (default: 120).

  • <kbd>--splinter-webdriver</kbd>
     

    Webdriver name to use. (default: firefox). Options:

    • firefox
    • remote
    • chrome
    • phantomjs

    For more details, refer to splinter and selenium documentation.

  • <kbd>--splinter-session-scoped-browser</kbd>
     

    pytest-splinter should use single browser instance per test session. (set by default).

Browser fixture

As mentioned above, browser is a fixture made by creating splinter’s Browser object, but with some overrides.

  • visit

    Added possibility to wait for condition on each browser visit by having a fixture.

  • wait_for_condition

    Method copying selenium’s wait_for_condition, with difference that condition is in python, so there you can do whatever you want, and not only execute javascript via browser.evaluate_script.

Python3 support

Python3 is supported, check if you have recent version of splinter as it was added recently.

Example

test_your_test.py:

def test_some_browser_stuff(browser):
    """Test using real browser."""
    url = "http://www.google.com"
    browser.visit(url)
    browser.fill('q', 'splinter - python acceptance testing for web applications')
    # Find and click the 'search' button
    button = browser.find_by_name('btnK')
    # Interact with elements
    button.click()
    assert browser.is_text_present('splinter.cobrateam.info'), 'splinter.cobrateam.info wasn't found... We need to'
    ' improve our SEO techniques'

Contact

If you have questions, bug reports, suggestions, etc. please create an issue on the GitHub project page.

License

This software is licensed under the MIT license

See License

© 2014 Paylogic International.

Changelog

1.0.2

  • wait_for_condition now receives pytest_bdd.plugin.Browser object, not selenium webdriver one (bubenkoff)

1.0.1

  • Refactoring and cleanup (bubenkoff)

1.0.0

  • Initial public release
 
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