sphinx-contrib / spelling / tox.ini

## configuration for tox <http://codespeak.net/tox/>

## tox automates running certain tasks within virtualenvs.  The following
## tox configuration outlines a basic setup for running unit tests and
## building sphinx docs in separate virtual environments.  Give it a try!

[tox]
# envlist=python,doc
envlist=python

# test running
[testenv:python]
deps=
    ## if you use nose for test running
    nose
    ## if you use py.test for test running
    # pytest
commands=
    ## run tests with py.test
    # py.test []
    ## run tests with nose
    nosetests -c nosetest.cfg
sitepackages = True

# [testenv:doc]
# deps=
#     sphinx
#     # add all Sphinx extensions and other dependencies required to build your docs
# commands=
#     ## test links
#     # sphinx-build -W -b linkcheck -d {envtmpdir}/doctrees doc {envtmpdir}/linkcheck
#     ## test html output
#     # sphinx-build -W -b html -d {envtmpdir}/doctrees doc {envtmpdir}/html
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