pytest-trio: Pytest plugin for trio¶
This is a pytest plugin to help you test projects that use Trio, a friendly library for concurrency and async I/O in Python. Features include:
Async tests without the boilerplate: just write
async def test_whatever(): ....
Write your own async fixtures: set up an async database connection or start a server inside a fixture, and then use it in your tests.
If you have multiple async fixtures, pytest-trio will even do setup/teardown concurrently whenever possible. (Though honestly, we’re not sure whether this is a good idea or not and might remove it in the future. If it makes your tests harder to debug, or conversely provides you with big speedups, please let us know.)
Integration with the fabulous Hypothesis library, so your async tests can use property-based testing: just use
@givenlike you’re used to.
Support for testing projects that use Trio exclusively and want to use pytest-trio everywhere, and also for testing projects that support multiple async libraries and only want to enable pytest-trio’s features for a subset of their test suite.
pip install pytest-trio
Issue tracker, source code: https://github.com/python-trio/pytest-trio
License: MIT or Apache 2, your choice
Contributor guide: https://trio.readthedocs.io/en/latest/contributing.html
Code of conduct: Contributors are requested to follow our code of conduct in all project spaces.