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Written by Jesse Noller
Licensed under the Apache Software License, 2.0
You can install it with ``easy_install nose-pathmunge``
What It Does
nose-pathmunge is a plugin to the nose test framework which provides a method
to add directories to the sys.path of nose, which is inherited by the tests
running within nose.
This itch stems from in many of my own cases, the need to add modules to a
given run (dependencies) that I don't want to install because they're synced
from a source control system, and change frequently.
This plugin is extremely simple. It's meant to be.
Usage is simple - install the package, and then execute nosetests like this::
nosetests --with-path=/home/jesse/src --with-path=/other/dir
Remember the rules when appending directories to your path - you should add
the directory above a module - not the module directory itself, and there
needs to be a valid __init__.py file. For example, the following project
layout in subversion::
You would add this like this::
This would add ``mymodule/...`` to the sys.path for the tests to be able to
Command line options
After it is installed, the plugin adds the following command line flags to
--with-path=TESTCONFIG Additional directories to add to the nose sys.path
You can pass in as many paths as you like. I suggest 3, as that's a pleasant
* Verify works/doesn't work with multiprocess plugin
* Add tests
Changes & News
Fix PyPI issues; fix easy_install(ability)
Initial release. May contain bits of glass.