Verify that Landlab is Working with Tests¶
Testing Your Installation¶
Alternatively, you can install pytest with conda:
$ conda install pytest
pytest has been installed navigate to the main Landlab
directory (the one with
setup.py in it) and type into a terminal:
This command will collect and run all of the tests.
More Advanced Testing Options¶
If you want to only want to test one part of Landlab:
$ pytest path/to/directory/you/want/to/test
Landlab’s code (and thus docstring tests) are located in the directory
landlab/landlab and the Landlab unit tests are located in the directory
landlab/tests. The directory structure is the same for both directories, so
to run the doctests and the unit tests for a particular part of landlab, one
can use the
* wildcard. For example, to test one particular component:
$ pytest */components/<name of component directory>
Testing the Notebooks¶
Because the Landlab notebooks take a lot longer to test, the default configuration of pytest does not evaluate them. To test the entire package, including the notebooks, evaluate:
$ pytest --run-notebook
Testing with Coverage¶
You may also want to see the code coverage of different parts of Landlab. To do this, you’ll first need to install pytest-cov.
$ conda install pytest-cov
$ pytest landlab --doctest-modules --cov=landlab --cov-report term-missing
from the main Landlab directory.
This will run the tests and print the coverage statistics (including the missing line numbers) to the terminal.
As above, you can also run the coverage tools for a more specific directory. For example, to run them for your current directory you could execute
$ pytest . --doctest-modules --cov=. --cov-report term-missing
or to run them for a specific directory (for example, the erosion_deposition submodule) stored as an environment variable you would do the following:
$ TEST_DIR=landlab/components/erosion_deposition/ $ pytest $TEST_DIR --doctest-modules --cov=$TEST_DIR --cov-report term-missing