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Antonio Cuni avatarAntonio Cuni
kill the active process in case it's still running (e.g., waiting at the pdb prompt)
Antonio Cuni avatarAntonio Cuni
make sure to affect the *pytest* buffer, if by chance it's not longer the current one
Antonio Cuni avatarAntonio Cuni
automatically enable char mode in the term, so that TAB completion works out of the box
Antonio Cuni avatarAntonio Cuni
append a space at the end of the command, so that it's easier to add extra options manually. Also, cd to the home directory before starting the tests, else if by chance we have a conftest in our cwd it might interfere
Antonio Cuni avatarAntonio Cuni
match also underscores in the test name
Antonio Cuni avatarAntonio Cuni
remove unwanted comma
Antonio Cuni avatarAntonio Cuni
recognize both test_*.py and *_test.py as test file
Antonio Cuni avatarAntonio Cuni
make it possible to press g inside the *pytest* buffer and run pytest-run-again
Antonio Cuni avatarAntonio Cuni
make it working also if there is already a *pytest* buffer
Antonio Cuni avatarAntonio Cuni
add some docs
Antonio Cuni avatarAntonio Cuni
make the buffer read-only when the process finishes, and bind q to quit-window
Antonio Cuni avatarAntonio Cuni
add a command to run py.test on the current method
Antonio Cuni avatarAntonio Cuni
by default, run py.test <dirname> if the current file is not a test file. Allow the user to edit the cmdline when using pytest-run-again with a prefix
Antonio Cuni avatarAntonio Cuni
initial functions: run pytest from inside a python file
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