Ronny Pfannschmidt avatar Ronny Pfannschmidt committed 039fcc5

remove --boxed option and code as it is extracted to pytest-boxed

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   those for a combined test run.  This allows to speed up
   development or to use special resources of `remote machines`_.
-* ``--boxed``: run each test in a boxed_ subprocess to survive ``SEGFAULTS`` or
-  otherwise dying processes
 * ``--looponfail``: run your tests repeatedly in a subprocess.  After each run 
   py.test waits until a file in your project changes and then re-runs
   the previously failing tests.  This is repeated until all tests pass
 then three subprocesses would be created and tests
 will be load-balanced across these three processes.
-.. _boxed:
-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
-    py.test --boxed
-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::
-    py.test -n3 --boxed
-this would run 3 testing subprocesses in parallel which each 
-create new boxed subprocesses for each test.
 .. _`remote machines`:


-import py
-@py.test.mark.skipif("not hasattr(os, 'fork')")
-def test_functional_boxed(testdir):
-    p1 = testdir.makepyfile("""
-        import os
-        def test_function():
-            os.kill(os.getpid(), 15)
-    """)
-    result = testdir.runpytest(p1, "--boxed")
-    result.stdout.fnmatch_lines([
-        "*CRASHED*",
-        "*1 failed*"
-    ])
-class TestOptionEffects:
-    def test_boxed_option_default(self, testdir):
-        tmpdir = testdir.tmpdir.ensure("subdir", dir=1)
-        config = testdir.parseconfig()
-        assert not config.option.boxed
-        py.test.importorskip("execnet")
-        config = testdir.parseconfig('-d', tmpdir)
-        assert not config.option.boxed
-    def test_is_not_boxed_by_default(self, testdir):
-        config = testdir.parseconfig(testdir.tmpdir)
-        assert not config.option.boxed
     group._addoption('-n', dest="numprocesses", metavar="numprocesses",
            action="store", type="int",
            help="shortcut for '--dist=load --tx=NUM*popen'")
-    group.addoption('--boxed',
-           action="store_true", dest="boxed", default=False,
-           help="box each test run in a separate process (unix)")
     group._addoption('--dist', metavar="distmode",
            action="store", choices=['load', 'each', 'no'],
            type="choice", dest="dist", default="no",
         elif val("dist") != "no":
             if usepdb:
                 raise pytest.UsageError("--pdb incompatible with distributing tests.")
-def pytest_runtest_protocol(item):
-    if item.config.getvalue("boxed"):
-        reports = forked_run_report(item)
-        for rep in reports:
-            item.ihook.pytest_runtest_logreport(report=rep)
-        return True
-def forked_run_report(item):
-    # for now, we run setup/teardown in the subprocess
-    # XXX optionally allow sharing of setup/teardown
-    from _pytest.runner import runtestprotocol
-    import marshal
-    from xdist.remote import serialize_report
-    from xdist.slavemanage import unserialize_report
-    def runforked():
-        try:
-            reports = runtestprotocol(item, log=False)
-        except KeyboardInterrupt:
-            py.std.os._exit(EXITSTATUS_TESTEXIT)
-        return marshal.dumps([serialize_report(x) for x in reports])
-    ff = py.process.ForkedFunc(runforked)
-    result = ff.waitfinish()
-    if result.retval is not None:
-        report_dumps = marshal.loads(result.retval)
-        return [unserialize_report("testreport", x) for x in report_dumps]
-    else:
-        if result.exitstatus == EXITSTATUS_TESTEXIT:
-            py.test.exit("forked test item %s raised Exit" %(item,))
-        return [report_process_crash(item, result)]
-def report_process_crash(item, result):
-    path, lineno = item._getfslineno()
-    info = "%s:%s: running the test CRASHED with signal %d" %(
-            path, lineno, result.signal)
-    from _pytest import runner
-    call = runner.CallInfo(lambda: 0/0, "???")
-    call.excinfo = info
-    rep = runner.pytest_runtest_makereport(item, call)
-    return rep
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