Showing posts from July, 2016

Suport to rerun failures and release 1.9.0

Before traveling to London, I started to work on giving support to Rerun failures to Pytest-HTML. I didn't had time to finish before the Sprint in Freiburg. In this post, I'll explain what is that about.

Pytest-rerun-failures is a plugin to rerun every result of a test that fails, and you can decide how many times it is rerun. This is used to see if a test is failed in a consistent way. Before this enhancement, when Pytest-html was used together with rerun failures, it didn't show anything.

This issue was solved on adding a new outcome to the Outcome list, a little of refactoring was also done,n appending the rows. If you want to see all the changes, you may visit the pull request page.

After that, the version 1.9.0 of pytest-html was released. =)

Pytest Sprint

The fourth week of my internship was in a lovely German city named "Freiburg", I was there to take part of an event named "Pytest Sprint", and it was the first time that I went to an event of this kind!

Before going to a Sprint I didn't know what a sprint was... So if you are wondering what is that, I can explain to you: open source projects has many developers involved from all over the world, and there is no way to put together everyone other than a sprint, so a sprint in open source context is an event where the developers of a project get together.

 In a sprint, the developers generally work in pairs (they are there to collaborate =P) on many different topics: from documentation to bugs solving. The sprints can be "individual events" (like, just a sprint) or a part of a bigger event (like, a pytest sprint part of a Python event). Also, during the Sprints, there are also talks with the new features of the project. I gave a small talk about Pytest-…