|Version 8 (modified by mrts, 6 years ago) (diff)|
Running the test framework
When you submit a patch, you should always attach tests. Here are the guidelines for running the test framework to, ahem, test your tests.
Tests should be run with [source:django/trunk/tests/runtests.py django/trunk/tests/runtests.py]
See also TestingDjango (I wasn't aware it existed before I started this).
To run tests, settings need to be provided.
Here's one possible way to do it using sqlite:
$ cd tests $ ../django/bin/django-admin.py startproject test_settings $ sed -i "s/DATABASE_ENGINE = ''/DATABASE_ENGINE = 'sqlite3'/;s/DATABASE_NAME = ''/DATABASE_NAME = 'test.db'/" test_settings/settings.py $ python runtests.py --verbosity=2 --settings=test_settings.settings
Running only specific tests
This example runs only form tests:
$ python runtests.py --verbosity=2 --settings=test_settings.settings forms
With cunning shell trickery, it's e.g. possible to only run admin tests:
./runtests.py --settings=test_settings.settings `(cd regressiontests/; echo admin_*; )`