- Add option to suppress printing of coverage report Patch by Eric Larson.
- Fix loading packages from capitalised package on Windows Patch by Thomas Kluyver
- Re-release of 1.3.5 with wheels fixed.
- Fix #875: nose doesn’t collect tests when subpackage is given as arg
- Fix #809: tests not discovered for namespace packages on Windows
- Fix #815: “ValueError: unsupported pickle protocol” with –with-id
- Wrap the working dir path name in quotes when reporting an error. Patch by Őry Máté.
- Fix #887: Fix a discrepancy in test names between Python 2 and Python 3
- Fix #131: Use os.stat() to check if file is executable Patch by Arnon Yaari.
- Fix #820 and #719: Fix coverage plugin with multiprocess Patch by Nicolas Grasset.
- Recognize doctest options defined in other plugins Patch by Daniel Lepage
- Another fix for Python 3.4: Call super in LazySuite to access _removed_tests variable Patch by Robert Kuska
- Fix for try_run when using bound methods Patch by Christian Lyder Jacobsen
- Fixed a minor issue with the reported version number.
- Fixed an issue where build_ext was not working under setup.py nosetest Patch by Michael Crusoe
- Fixed #786: generator method fails with callable instance Patch by Antoine Dechaume
- Fixed a traceback when using string exceptions
- Fixed #792: “Not a directory” error when using python setup.py nosetests
- Fixed #779: xunit report file is written in –where directory
- Fixed #782: Test failures with Python >= 3.3 Patch by Dmitry Shachnev
- Fixed #780: Fix a regression with Python 3
- Fixed #783: try_run is broken with Python 3.4
- The log capture plugin now correctly applies filters that were added using addFilter. Patch by Malthe Borch.
- Corrected a reference to the multiprocessing plugin in the documentation. Patch by Nick Loadholtes.
- Fixed #447: doctests fail when getpackage() returns None Patch by Matthew Brett.
- Fixed #749: xunit exceeds recursion limit Patch by André Caron.
- Fixed a number of unicode-related issues. Patch by John Szakmeister.
- Added the ability to ignore config files via an environment variable Patch by Lukasz Balcerzak
- Fixed #720: nose with detailed errors raises encoding error Patch by John Szakmeister. Thanks to Guillaume Ayoub for the test case.
- Fixed #692: UnicodeDecodeError in xunit when capturing stdout and stderr Patch by John Szakmeister.
- Fixed #693: Python 2.4 incompatibilities Patch by John Szakmeister.
- Don’t save zero-byte xunit test reports Patch by Dan Savilonis.
- Fix Importer.importFromPath to be able to import modules whose names start with __init__ Patch by Paul Bonser.
- Add a fake isatty() method to Tee Patch by Jimmy Wennlund.
- Fix #700: Tee is missing the writelines() method Patch by John Szakmeister.
- Fix #649: UnicodeDecodeError when an exception contains encoded strings Patch by John Szakmeister.
- Fix #687: verbosity is not a flag Patch by John Szakmeister.
- Fixed a suppressed deprecation warning Patch by Arnon Yaari.
- Fixed some broken links in the documentation Patch by Arnon Yaari.
- Add missing format parameter in error message Patch by Etienne Millon.
- Switched docs to point at the GitHub site for the issue tracker Patch by Daniel Beck.
- Fix #447: doctests fail when getpackage() returns None Patch by Matthew Brett.
- Fix #366: make –pdb report on errors and failures. Use –pdb-error to get the old behavior. Patch by Arnon Yaari.
- Fix #501: Imported test generators are misrecognized as simple test functions Patch by John Szakmeister.
- Added a test for issue #501 Patch by Michael Killough.
- Use SkipTest from unittest2, if available, for better integration with testtools Patch by Ian Wienand.
- Fix #759: Test failures with Python 3.4 Patch by Barry Warsaw.
- Add a note about executable files in the usage, and how to workaround it Patch by Michael Dunn.
- Fix #743: fix an incorrect regex in writing_tests.rst Patch by Anne Moroney.
- Fix #690: Don’t traceback when coverage reports fail. Patch by John Szakmeister.
- Display the report summary and stack traces even if Ctrl-C was pressed during the test run. Patch by Kevin Qiu.
- Fix #771: attr plugin is broken when parent and child share same method name with different attributes Patch by John Szakmeister. Test case provided by Thomas Grainger.
- Fix #728: attrib plugin rejects any staticmethod Patch by John Szakmesiter. Test case provided by Thomas Kluyver.
- Fix the plugin testing example. Patch by Charlie Dominio.
- Instruct coverage instance to cover requested packages only.
- Fix #556: fix selecting specific tests in the setuptools command. Patch by Andrey Golovizin.
- Fixed timed decorator to return the result of the wrapped function. Patch by Praful Mathur.
- Fixed #513: exception in test generator leads to a TypeError. Patch by Dmitry Shachnev.
- Fixed #535: nose.importer causes bizarre import errors if sys.path includes symlinks. Patch by Antoine Pitrou.
- Added support for Python 3.3. Patch by John Szakmeister and Bradley Froehle.
- Added the ability to skip generating .pyc files with –no-byte-complie. Patch by John Szakmeister.
- Suppress tracebacks caused by configuration errors (#401). Patch by Andrea Corbellini.
- Fixed doctest failures under Python 3 (#519). Patch by John Szakmeister.
- Fixed test_address’s checking for builtins to work with Python 2 and 3. Patch by Joe Mathes and John Szakmeister.
- Fixed a bug where nose.tools was not being installed on systems without setuptools. (#554) Patch by Bradley Froehle.
- Fixed a bug in xunit that was causing it to die ungracefully under Python 3. (#134) Patch by John Szakmeister.
- Fixed #561: logcapture shouldn’t buffer records, breaks %r point-in-time formatting. Patch by Santeri Paavolainen.
- Taught xunit to capture stdout and stderr in the xunit report. Patch by John Szakmeister.
- Repopulate nose.tools.__all__ so that the autodocs generate correctly. Patch by Taavi Burns.
- Fixed a bug where nose was failing to parse the NOSE_COVER_PACKAGE environment variable correctly. (#109) Patch by Churkin Oleg.
- Taught nose to lookup it’s usage text according to PEP-302. Patch by Bradely Froehle.
- Fixed an ugly traceback when a test class was imported from another module, but was missing a method. (#595) Patch by Michael Williamson.
- Fix formatFailure expection if missing tb in exc_info. (#603) Patch by Sascha Peilicke.
- Taught the test suite to skip coverage tests if the coverage module is not available. (#597) Patch by Dmitry Shachnev.
- Fix #135: ResultProxy._prepareErr mangles error output in some cases. Patch by Arnon Yaari.
- Updated plugin documentation to fix numerous typos and incorrect names. Patch by Arnon Yaari.
- Added the ability to run nose as a module. Patch by Stefano Rivera.
- Fix installing Nose under Windows with Python 3.3. Patch by John Szakmeister.
- Added documentation for –processes=0 and the default value of –process-timeout. Patch by Takafumi Arakaki.
- Fixed broken references to non-existent documentation. Patch by Dmitry Shachnev.
- Fix –cover-min-percentage with –cover-branches. (#626) Patch by B. W. Baugh.
- Fix –cover-min-percentage with single packages. Patch by John Szakmeister.
- Fixed reference to PEP 8 to use Sphinx construct for better linking. Patch by Mahhtijs van der Vleuten.
- Fixed a reference to –cover-packages to use the correct option name. Patch by Wesley Baugh.
- Updated Nose to avoid using the deprecated compiler module when possible. Patch by Kim Scheilbel.
- Updated docstrings of formatFailure() and formatError(). Patch by Daniel Abel.
- Several man page fixes for better formatting. Patches by Dmitry Shachnev.
- Fixed a bug causing Nose to crash in directories that end in ‘.py’. (#612) Patch by Arnon Yaari.
- Fixed a traceback when a test raises SystemExit and has captured output. (#526) Patch by Arnon Yaari.
- Fixed ImportError running nosetests on namespace package in a subdirectory on Windows. (#19) Patch by Arnon Yaari.
- Correct nose.__version__ (#549). Thanks to Chris Withers for the bug report.
- Fixed issue where plugins included with addplugins keyword could be overridden by built-in plugins (or third-party plugins registered with setuptools) of the same name (#466). Patch by Brendan McCollam
--cover-xml-file(#311). Patch by Timothée Peignier.
- Adds support for
--cover-branches(related to #370). Patch by Timothée Peignier.
- Fixed Unicode issue on Python 3.1 with coverage (#442)
- fixed class level fixture handling in multiprocessing plugin
- Clue in the
unittestmodule so it no longer prints traceback frames for our clones of their simple assertion helpers (#453). Patch by Erik Rose.
- Stop using the
eq_so they work under
python -O(#504). Patch by Erik Rose.
- Add loglevel option to logcapture plugin (#493). Patch by Arach Tchoupani.
- Add doctest options flag (#7 from google code tracker). Patch by Michael Forbes.
- Add support for using 2to3 with the nosetests setuptools command. Patch by Andrey Golovizin.
- Add –cover-min-percentage flag to force test runs without sufficient coverage to fail (#540). Patch by Domen Kožar.
- Add travis-ci configuraion (#545). Patch by Domen Kožar.
- Call reactor.stop from twisted thread (#301). Patch by Adi Roiban.
- Fixed regression where the .coverage file was not saved (#439). Patch by Timothée Peignier.
- Fixed missing nose.sphinx module in source distribution (#436).
- Revised multiprocessing implementation so that it works for test generators (#399). Thanks to Rosen Diankov for the patch.
- More fixes to multiprocessing implemented by Buck Golemon and Gary Donovan (also part of #399).
- Lots of improvements to the attrib plugin by Bobby Impollonia (#412, #411, #324 and #381)
- Code coverage plugin now uses native HTML generation when coverage 3 is installed (#264). Thanks to Timothée Peignier for the patch.
- Xunit plugin now shows test run time in fractions of a second (#317)
- @attr (from nose.plugins.attrib) can now be used as a class decorator (#292)
- Fixes Xunit plugin to handle non-UTF8 characters (#395)
- Fixes Xunit plugin for reporting generator tests (#369)
- Fixed problems with SkipTest in Python 3.2 (#389)
- Fixed bug in doctest plugin under python 3. Thanks to Thomas Kluyver for the patch. (#391)
- Fixes mishandling of custom exceptions during failures (#405)
- Fixed subtle bug in
--first-package-winsthat made it unpredictable (#293)
- Fixes case where teardown_class() was called more than once (#408). Thanks to Heng Liu for the patch.
- Fixes coverage module names – ‘cal’ used to also match calendar which was a bug (#433)
- Fixes capture plugin when exception message contains non-ascii chars (#402)
- Fixed bug in tests for twisted tools. Thanks to Thomas Kluyver for the patch.
--pluginsmore succinct when there are no options (#235)
- Made nose compatible with python 3. Huge thanks to Alex “foogod” Stewart!
- Made nose compatible with Python 2.7.
- Fixed default plugin manager’s use of plugin overriding. Thanks to rob.daylife for the bug report and patch. (#323).
- Changed plugin loading so that external plugins loaded via extension points can override builtin plugins with the same name.
- Updated multiprocess plugin and nose’s packaging to allow multiprocess plugin to work on Windows (#265).
- Fixed bug in xunit plugin’s interaction with suites and errors in module-level setup. Thanks to Mark McCague for the bug report (#279).
- Fixed bug in nose.loader.TestLoader that allowed Test classes that raise exceptions in __init__ to crash the test run (#269).
- Fixed bugs in nose’s test suite that caused spurious failures on Windows.
- Fixed bug in twisted tools: delayed calls were not shut down on reactor stop. Thanks to abbeyj for the patch (#278).
- Fixed bug where root log handlers were not cleared. For example, this was emitting unwanted messages when testing Google App Engine websites.
- Fixed bug in test names output by xunit plugin. Thanks to Philip Jenvey for the bug report and patch (#280).
- Fixed bug in profile plugin that caused stats to fail to print under Python 2.5 and later. Thanks to djs at n-cube dot org for the bug report (#285).
- Improved logcapture filtering, with default setting to filter out log messages from nose itself. Thanks to gfxmonk for the patch (#277).
- The xunit plugin now tags skipped tests with a <skipped> testcase tag, and prevents the XML from containing invalid control characters.
- Updated nose to be compatible with python 2.7 (#305).
- Updated loading of usage document to allow nose to run from within an egg archive (#288).
- Fixed IronPython checks to make nose compatible with more versions of IronPython. Thanks to Kevin Mitchell for the patch (#316).
- Fixed bug in xunit plugin xml escaping. Thanks to Nat Williams for the bug report (#266).
- Fixed bug in xunit plugin that could cause test run to crash after certain types of errors or actions by other plugins.
- Fixed bug in testid plugin that could cause test run to crash after certain types of errors or actions by other plugins.
- Fixed bug in collect only plugin that caused it to fail when collecting from test generators.
- Fixed some broken html in docs.
- All new documentation! nose’s documentation is now generated by Sphinx. And thanks to Pam Zerbinos, it is much better organized and easier to use and read.
- Two new core commandline options can help with testing namespace
--first-package-winsis useful when you want to test one part of a namespace package that uses another part; in previous versions of nose, the other part of the namespace package would be evicted from sys.modules when the 2nd loaded.
--traverse-namespaceis useful if you want nose to discover tests across entries in a package’s __path__. (This was formerly the default behavior).
- To make it easier to use custom plugins without needing setuptools,
nose.core.run()now support an addplugins keyword argument that takes a list of additional plugins to make available. Note that adding a plugin to this list does not activate or enable the plugin, only makes it available to be enabled via command-line or config file settings.
- Thanks to Kevin Mitchell, nose is now more compatible with IronPython. IronPython is still not fully supported, but it should work. If you’d like to improve nose’s support for IronPython further, please join the nose developer’s list and volunteer to become the IronPython maintainer for nose!
- Added multiprocess plugin that allows tests to be run in parallel across multiple processes.
- Added logcapture plugin that captures logging messages and prints them with failing tests. Thanks to Max Ischenko for the implementation.
- Added optional HTML coverage reports to coverage plugin. Thanks to Augie Fackler for the patch.
- Added plugin that enables collection of tests in all modules. Thanks to Peter Fein for the patch (#137).
- Added –failed option to testid plugin. When this option is in effect, if any tests failed in the previous test run (so long as testid was active for that test run) only the failed tests will run.
- Made it possible to ‘yield test’ in addition to ‘yield test,’ from test generators. Thanks to Chad Whitacre for the patch (#230).
- Fixed bug that caused traceback inspector to fail when source code file could not be found. Thanks to Philip Jenvey for the bug report and patch (#236).
- Fixed some issues limiting compatibility with IronPython. Thanks to Kevin Mitchell for the patch.
- Added support for module and test case fixtures in doctest files (#60).
- Added –traverse-namespace commandline option that restores old default behavior of following all package __path__ entries when loading tests from packages. Thanks to Philip Jenvey for the patch (#167).
- Added –first-package-wins commandline option to better support testing parts of namespace packages. Thanks to Jason Coombs for the bug report (#197).
- Added versioned nosetests scripts (#123).
- Fixed bug that would cause context teardown to fail to run in some cases. Thanks to John Shaw for the bug report and patch (#234).
- Enabled doctest plugin to use variable other than “_” as the default result variable. Thanks to Matt Good for the patch (#163).
- Fixed bug that would cause unicode output to crash output capture. Thanks to schickb for the bug report (#227).
- Added setUp and tearDown as valid names for module-level fixtures. Thanks to AgilityNerd for the patch (#211).
- Fixed bug in list of valid names for package-level fixtures. Thanks to Philip Jenvey for the patch (#237).
- Updated man page generation using hacked up manpage writer from docutils sandbox. Thanks email@example.com for the original module.
- nose is now compatible with python 2.6.
- Fixed bug in nosetests setup command that caused an exception to be raised if run with options. Thanks to Philip Jenvey for the bug report (#191).
- Raised score of coverage plugin to 200, so that it will execute before default-score plugins, and so be able to catch more import-time code. Thanks to Ned Batchelder for the bug report and patch (#190).
- nose now runs under jython (jython svn trunk only at this time). Thanks to Philip Jenvey, Pam Zerbinos and the other pycon sprinters (#160).
- Fixed bugs in loader, default plugin manager, and other modules that caused plugin exceptions to be swallowed (#152, #155). Thanks to John J Lee for the bug report and patch.
- Added selftest.py script, used to test a non-installed distribution of nose (#49). Thanks to Antoine Pitrou and John J Lee for the bug report and patches.
- Fixed bug in nose.importer that caused errors with namespace packages. Thanks to Philip Jenvey for the bug report and patch (#164).
- Fixed bug in nose.tools.with_setup that prevented use of multiple @with_setup decorators. Thanks to tlesher for the bug report (#151).
- Fixed bugs in handling of context fixtures for tests imported into a package. Thanks to Gary Bernhardt for the bug report (#145).
- Fixed bugs in handling of config files and config file options for plugins excluded by a RestrictedPluginManager. Thanks to John J Lee and Philip Jenvey for the bug reports and patches (#158, #166).
- Updated ErrorClass exception reporting to be shorter and more clear. Thanks to John J Lee for the patch (#142).
- Allowed plugins to load tests from modules starting with ‘_’. Thanks to John J Lee for the patch (#82).
- Updated documentation about building as rpm (#127).
- Updated config to make including executable files the default on IronPython as well as on Windows. Thanks to sanxiyn for the bug report and patch (#183).
- Fixed a python 2.3 incompatibility in errorclass_failure.rst (#173). Thanks to Philip Jenvey for the bug report and patch.
- Classes with metaclasses can now be collected as tests (#153).
- Made sure the document tree in the selector plugin test is accurate and tested (#144). Thanks to John J Lee for the bug report and patch.
- Fixed stack level used when dropping into pdb in a doctest (#154). Thanks to John J Lee for the bug report and patch.
- Fixed bug in ErrorClassPlugin that made some missing keyword argument errors obscure (#159). Thanks to Philip Jenvey for the bug report and patch.
- Fixed bug in capture plugin that caused it to record captured output on the test in the wrong attribute (#113).
- Fixed bug in result proxy that caused tests to fail if they accessed certain result attibutes directly (#114). Thanks to Neilen Marais for the bug report.
- Fixed bug in capture plugin that caused other error formatters changes to be lost if no output was captured (#124). Thanks to someone at ilorentz.org for the bug report.
- Fixed several bugs in the nosetests setup command that made some options unusable and the command itself unusable when no options were set (#125, #126, #128). Thanks to Alain Poirier for the bug reports.
- Fixed bug in handling of string errors (#130). Thanks to schl... at uni-oldenburg.de for the bug report.
- Fixed bug in coverage plugin option handling that prevented –cover-package=mod1,mod2 from working (#117). Thanks to Allen Bierbaum for the patch.
- Fixed bug in profiler plugin that prevented output from being produced when output capture was enabled on python 2.5 (#129). Thanks to James Casbon for the patch.
- Fixed bug in adapting 0.9 plugins to 0.10 (#119 part one). Thanks to John J Lee for the bug report and tests.
- Fixed bug in handling of argv in config and plugin test utilities (#119 part two). Thanks to John J Lee for the bug report and patch.
- Fixed bug where Failure cases due to invalid test name specifications were passed to plugins makeTest (#120). Thanks to John J Lee for the bug report and patch.
- Fixed bugs in doc css that mangled display in small windows. Thanks to Ben Hoyt for the bug report and Michal Kwiatkowski for the fix.
- Made it possible to pass a list or comma-separated string as defaultTest to main(). Thanks to Allen Bierbaum for the suggestion and patch.
- Fixed a bug in nose.selector and nose.util.getpackage that caused directories with names that are not legal python identifiers to be collected as packages (#143). Thanks to John J Lee for the bug report.
- Fixed bug that broke plugins with names containing underscores or hyphens. Thanks to John J Lee for the bug report and patch (Issue #81).
- Fixed typo in nose.__all__. Thanks to John J Lee for the bug report.
- Fixed handling of test descriptions that are multiline docstrings. Thanks to James Casbon for the patch (Issue #50).
- Improved documentation of doctest plugin to make it clear that entities may have doctests, or themselves be tests, but not both. Thanks to John J Lee for the bug report and patch (Issue #84).
- Made __file__ available in non-python-module doctests.
- Fixed bug that made it impossible for plugins to exclude package directories from test discovery (Issue #89). Thanks to John J Lee for the bug report and patch.
- Fixed bug that swallowed TypeError and AttributeError exceptions raised in some plugin calls (Issue #95). Thanks to John J Lee for the bug report.
- Fixed inconsistencies in many interfaces and docs. Thanks to John J Lee for many bug reports.
- Fixed bugs in rpm generation (Issue #96). Thanks to Mike Verdone for the bug report and http://bugs.python.org/issue644744 for the fix.
- Fixed inconsisent use of os.environ in plugin testing utilities. Thanks to John J Lee for the bug report and patch (Issue #97).
- Fixed bug in test_address that prevented use of nose.case.Test in doctests (Issue #100). Thanks to John J Lee for the bug report.
- Fixed bug in error class plugin that caused string exceptions to be masked (#Issue 101). Thanks to depaula for the bug report.
- Fixed bugs in tests and the profiler plugin when running under Windows (Issue #103). Thanks to Sidnei Da Silva for the bug report.
- Fixed bugs in plugin calls that caused exception swallowing (Issue #107). Thanks to John L Lee for the bug report and patch.
- Added more plugin example doctests. Thanks to Kumar McMillan and John L Lee for patches and lots of help.
- Changed default location of id file for TestId plugin from ~/.noseids to .noseids in the configured working directory.
- Added support for a description attribute on tests in function and method test cases. Most useful for generators: set the description attribute on the yielded function.
- Fixed incorrect signature of addSuccess() method in IPluginInterface. Thanks to nosexunit for the bug report. (Issue #68).
- Fixed isclass() function in nose.util so that it will not raise an exception when examining instances that have no accessible __bases__ attribute. (Issue #65).
- Fixed passing of tests to result; the test itself and not the wrapper was being passed, resulting in test description plugin hooks not being called. (Issue #71).
- Fixed bugs in FailureDetail and Capture plugins, and plugin manager and proxy uses of chainable plugin calls. Thanks to Ian Bicking for the bug report (Issue #72).
- Improved documentation.
- Changed entry point name to nose.plugins.0.10 – dashes and other non-word characters besides . are not allowed in entry point names. (Issue #67)
- Fixed loading of plugins from that entry point.
- Fixed backwards-compatibility issue in nose.util (is_generator was renamed isgenerator). (Issue #64)
- Fixed bug in –logging-config option. Thanks to anton_kr... at yahoo com for the bug report. (Issue #62)
- Fixed bug in handling of –where argument: first –where was not passed to loader as workingDir. Thanks to nosexunit for the bug report. (Issue #63).
- Rewrote test loader to be more drop-in compatible with unittest.TestLoader and to support a more user-friendly command line.
- Rewrote test runner and result classes to reduce duplication of effort.
- Revised configuration system to be less convoluted.
- Added nose.case.TestCase as universal wrapper for all testcases. Plugins always see instances of this class.
- Added a management layer to the plugin system, allowing for easy use of different plugin loading schemes. The default manager loads builtin plugins, 0.10 plugins under the setuptools entrypoint nose.plugins.0-10 and provides limited support for legacy plugins loaded under the entrypoint nose.plugins.
- Added plugin hooks in all phases of discovery, running and description.
- Converted several formely core features to plugins: output capture, assert introspection, pdb, and skipped and deprecated test support.
- Added id plugin that allows for easier specification of tests on the command line.
- Added ErrorClassPlugin base class to allow for easier authoring of plugins that handle errors, like the builtin skipped and deprecated test plugins.
- Added support for loading doctests from non-module files for all supported python versions.
- Added score property to plugins to allow plugins to execute in a defined order (higher score execute first).
- Expanded nose’s own test suite to include a variety of functional tests.
- Fixed many bugs.
- Added support for user configuration files. Thanks to Antoine Pitrou for the patch.
- Fixed bug that caused profiler plugin to leak 0-byte temp files. Thanks to Antoine Pitrou for the patch.
- Made usage of temp files in profiler plugin more sensible. Thanks to Michael Sclenker for the bug report.
- Fixed bug that stopped loading of twisted TestCase tests. Thanks to Kumar McMillan for the bug report.
- Corrected man page location. Thanks to luke macken for the bug report and patch.
- Added with_setup to nose.tools.__all__. Thanks to Allen Bierbaum for the bug report.
- Altered plugin loading so that builtin plugins can be loaded without setuptools. Thanks to Allen Bierbaum for the suggestion.
- Fixed a bug in the doctests plugin that caused an error when multiple exclude arguments were specified. Thanks to mbeachy for the bug report and patch.
- Added nosetests setuptools command. Now you can run python setup.py nosetests and have access to all nose features and plugins. Thanks to James Casbon for the patch.
- Added make_decorator function to nose.tools. Used to construct decorator functions that are well-behaved and preserve as much of the original function’s metadata as possible. Thanks to Antoine Pitrou for the patch.
- Added nose.twistedtools, contributed by Antoine Pitrou. This module adds @deferred decorator that makes it simple to write deferred tests, with or without timeouts.
- Added monkeypatch to doctests that keeps doctest from stepping on coverage when the two plugins are used together. Thanks to David Avraamides for the bug report.
- Added isolation plugin. Use this plugin to automatically restore sys.modules after each test module or package. Thanks to Michal Kwiatkowski for the feature request.
- Fixed bug where -vvvv turned off verbose logging instead of making it even more verbose. Thanks to Ian Bicking for the bug report.
- Fixed bug where assert inspection would fail when the trailing “”” of a docstring was one of the inspected lines. Thanks to cito at online dot de for the bug report.
- Updated attrib plugin to allow selection of test methods by attributes of the test case class. Thanks to Jason Hildebrand for the patch.
- Improved compatibility with python 2.2. Thanks to Chad Whitacre for the patch.
- Fixed bug in handling of options from setup.cfg. Thanks to Kumar McMillan for the patch.
- Fixed bug in generator methods, where a generator method using an inline funciton would result in an AttributeError. Thanks to Antoine Pitrou for the bug report.
- Updated coverage plugin to ignore lines tagged with #pragma: no cover, matching the behavior of coverage.py on the command line. Thanks to Bill Zingler for the bug report.
- Added a man page for nosetests. Thanks to Gustavo Noronha Silva for the request and providing an example.
- New function nose.runmodule() finds and runs tests only in a single module, which defaults to __main__ (like unittest.main() or doctest.runmodule()). Thanks Greg Wilson for the suggestion.
- Multiple -w (–where) arguments can now be used in one command line, to find and run tests in multiple locations. Thanks Titus Brown for the suggestion.
- Multiple –include and –exclude arguments are now accepted in one command line. Thanks Michal Kwiatkowski for the feature request.
- Coverage will now include modules not imported by any test when using the new –cover-inclusive switch. Thanks James Casbon for the patch.
- module:TestClass test selections now properly select all tests in the test class.
- startTest and stopTest are now called in plugins at the beginning and end of test suites, including test modules, as well as individual tests. Thanks Michal Kwiatkowski for the suggestion.
- Fix bug in test selection when run as
python setup.py test: ‘test’ was passing through and being used as the test name selection. Thanks Kumar McMillan for the bug report.
- Fix bug in handling of -x/–stop option where the test run would stop on skipped or deprecated tests. Thanks Kumar McMillan for the bug report.
- Fix bug in loading tests from projects with layouts that place modules in /lib or /src dirs and tests in a parallel /tests dir.
- Fix bug in python version detection. Thanks Kevin Dangoor for the bug report and fix.
- Fix log message in selector that could raise IndexError. Thanks Kumar McMillan for the bug report and patch.
- Fix bug in handling doctest extension arguments specified in environment and on command line. Thanks Ian Bicking for the bug report.
- Fix bug in running fixtures (setup/teardown) that are not functions, and report a better error message when a fixture is not callable. Thanks Ian Bicking for the bug report.
- More unit tests and better test coverage. Numerous bugfixes deriving from same.
- Make –exe option do what it says, and turn it on by default on Windows. Add –noexe option so windows users can turn if off.Thanks richard at artsalliancemedia dot com for the bug reports.
- Handle a working directory that happens to be in the middle of a package more gracefully. Thanks Max Ischenko for the bug report and test case.
- Fix bugs in test name comparison when a test module is specified whose name overlaps that of a non-test module. Thanks Max Ischenko for the bug report and test case.
- Fix warning spam when a non-existent test file is requested on the command line. Thanks Max Ischenko for the bug report.
- Allow –debug to set any logger to DEBUG. Thanks to casbon at gmail dot com for the patch.
- Fix doctest help, which was missing notes about the environment variables that it accepts. Thanks to Kumar McMillan for the patch.
- Restore sys.stdout after run() in nose.core. Thanks to Titus Brown for the bug report.
- Correct handling of trailing comma in attrib plugin args. Thanks Titus Brown for the patch.
- Fix bug in handling of OR conditions in attrib plugin. Thanks to Titus Brown for the bug report.
- Fix bug in nose.importer that would cause an attribute error when a local module shadowed a builtin, or other object in sys.modules, without a __file__ attribute. Thanks to casbon at gmail dot com for the bug report.
- Fix bug in nose.tools decorators that would cause decorated tests to appear with incorrect names in result output.
- In TestLoader, use inspect’s isfunction() and ismethod() to filter functions and methods, instead of callable(). Thanks to Kumar McMillan for reporting the bug.
- Fix doctest plugin: return an empty iterable when no tests are found in a directory instead of None. Thanks to Kumar McMillan for the bug report and patch.
- Ignore executable python modules, unless run with –exe file. This is a partial defense against nose causing trouble by loading python modules that are not import-safe. The full defense: don’t write modules that aren’t import safe!
- Catch and warn about errors on plugin load instead of dying.
- Renamed builtin profile module from nose.plugins.profile to nose.plugins.prof to avoid shadowing stdlib profile.py module.
- Add support for plugins, with hooks for selecting, loading and reporting on tests. Doctest and coverage are now plugins.
- Add builtin plugins for profiling with hotshot, selecting tests by attribute (contributed by Mika Eloranta), and warning of missed tests specified on command line.
- Change command line test selection syntax to match unittest. Thanks to Titus Brown for the suggestion.
- Option to drop into pdb on error or failure.
- Option to stop running on first error or failure. Thanks to Kevin Dangoor for the suggestion.
- Support for doctests in files other than python modules (python 2.4 only)
- Reimplement base test selection as single self-contained class.
- Reimplement test loading as unittest-compatible TestLoader class.
- Remove all monkeypatching.
- Reimplement output capture and assert introspection support in unittest-compatible Result class.
- Better support for multiline constructions in assert introspection.
- More context output with assert introspections.
- Refactor setuptools test command support to use proxied result, which enables output capture and assert introspection support without monkeypatching. Thanks to Philip J. Eby for the suggestion and skeleton implementation.
- Add support for generators in test classes. Thanks to Jay Parlar for the suggestion and patch.
- Add nose.tools package with some helpful test-composition functions and decorators, including @raises, contributed by Scot Doyle.
- Reimplement nose.main (TestProgram) to have unittest-compatible signature.
- All-new import path handling. You can even turn it off! (If you don’t, nose will ensure that all directories from which it imports anything are on sys.path before the import.)
- Logging package used for verbose logging.
- Support for skipped and deprecated tests.
- Configuration is no longer global.
- Add support for py.test-style test generators. Thanks to Jay Parlar for the suggestion.
- Fix bug in doctest discovery. Thanks to Richard Cooper for the bug report.
- Fix bug in output capture being appended to later exceptions. Thanks to Titus Brown for the patch that uncovered the bug.
- Fix bug(?) in Exception patch that caused masked hasattr/__getattr__ loops to either become actual infinite loops, or at least take so long to finally error out that they might as well be infinite.
- Add -m option to restrict test running to only tests in a particular package or module. Like the -f option, -m does not restrict test loading, only test execution.
- When loading and running a test module, ensure that the module’s path is in sys.path for the duration of the run, not just while importing the module.
- Add id() method to all callable test classes, for greater unittest compatibility.
- Fix bug with coverage output when sys.modules contains entries without __file__ attributes
- Added -p (–cover-packages) switch that may be used to restrict coverage report to modules in the indicated package(s)
- Output capture and verbose assertion errors now work when run like ‘python setup.py test’, as advertised.
- Code coverage improvements: now coverage will be output for all modules imported by any means that were not in sys.modules at the start of the test run. By default, test modules will be excluded from the coverage report, but you can include them with the -t (–cover-tests) option.
- Fix bugs in handling of setup/teardown fixtures that could cause TypeError exceptions in fixtures to be silently ignored, or multiple fixtures of the same type to run. Thanks to Titus Brown for the bug report.
- Add -V (–version) switch to nosetests
- Fix bug where sys.path would not be set up correctly when running some tests, producing spurious import errors (Thanks to Titus Brown and Mike Thomson for the bug reports)
- For test classses not derived from unittest.TestCase, output (module.Class) “doc string” as test description, when method doc string is available (Thanks to David Keeney for the suggestion, even if this isn’t quite what he meant)
- Revise import to bypass sys.path and manipulate sys.modules more intelligently, ensuring that the test module we think we are loading is the module we actually load, and that modules loaded by other imports are not reloaded without cause
- Allow test directories inside of packages. Formerly directories matching testMatch but lacking an __init__.py would cause an ImportError when located inside of packages
- Fix bugs in different handling of -f switch in combination with -w and -o
- Fix bug in main() that resulted in incorrect exit status for nosetests script when tests fail
- Add missing test files to MANIFEST.in
- Miscellaneous pylint cleanups
- Add doctest support
- Add optional code coverage support, using Ned Batchelder’s coverage.py; activate with –coverage switch or NOSE_COVERAGE environment variable
- More informative error message on import error
- Fix bug where module setup could be called twice and teardown skipped for certain setup method names.
- main() returns success value, does not exit. run_exit() added to support old behavior; nosetests script now calls nose.run_exit()
- Fix bus error on exit
- Discover tests inside of non-TestCase classes that match testMatch
- Reorganize selftest: now selftest tests the output of a full nose run
- Add test_with_setup.py contributed by Kumar McMillan
- Refactor and correct bugs in discovery and test loading
- Reorganize and expand documentation
- Add -f (run this test file only) switch
- Bugfix release: test files in root of working directory were not being stripped of file extension before import.
- Change license to LGPL
- Major rework of output capture and assert introspection
- Improve test discovery: now finds tests in packages
- Replace -n switch (‘no cwd’) with -w switch (‘look here’)
- New nosetests script
- Allow specification of names on command line that are loadable but not directly loadable as modules (eg nosetests -o path/to/tests.py)
- Add optional py.test-like assert introspection. Thanks to Kevin Dangoor for the suggestion.
- Improvements to selftest
- Increased compatibility with python 2.3 (and maybe earlier)
- Increased compatibility with tests written for py.test: now calls module.setup_module(module) if module.setup_module() fails