+pytest-boxed: running tests in forked subprocesses
+The `pytest-boxed`_ plugin extends py.test wit the ``--boxed`` execution mode.
+It will run each test in a boxed_ subprocess
+to survive ``SEGFAULTS`` or otherwise dying processes
+ XXX: comment till i know better
+ Some C/C++ libraries do not survive a fork cleanly
+ and need a different handling
+Running tests in a boxed subprocess
+If you have tests involving C or C++ libraries you might have to deal
+with tests crashing the process. For this case you max use the boxing
+which will run each test in a subprocess and will report if a test
+crashed the process. You can also combine this option with
+running multiple processes to speed up the test run and use your CPU cores::
+this would run 3 testing subprocesses in parallel which each
+create new boxed subprocesses for each test.