tox

tox

TLDR

Run tests on all test environments

$ tox
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Create a tox.ini configuration

$ tox-quickstart
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List the available environments

$ tox --listenvs-all
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Run tests on a specific environment (e.g. python 3.6)

$ tox -e [py36]
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Force the virtual environment to be recreated

$ tox --recreate -e [py27]
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SYNOPSIS

tox [options] [args ...]

DESCRIPTION

tox is a generic virtualenv management and test command line tool you can use for:

OPTIONS

positional arguments:

args

additional arguments available to command positional substitution (default: None)

optional arguments:

--version

report version information to stdout. (default: False)

-h, --help

show help about options (default: False)

--help-ini, --hi

show help about ini-names (default: False)

-v

increase verbosity of reporting output.-vv mode turns off output redirection for package installation, above level two verbosity flags are passed through to pip (with two less level) (default: 0)

-q

progressively silence reporting output. (default: 0)

--showconfig

show configuration information for all environments. (default: False)

-l, --listenvs

show list of test environments (with description if verbose) (default: False)

-a, --listenvs-all

show list of all defined environments (with description if verbose) (default: False)

-c CONFIGFILE

config file name or directory with 'tox.ini' file. (default: None)

-e envlist

work against specified environments (ALL selects all). (default: None)

--notest

skip invoking test commands. (default: False)

--sdistonly

only perform the sdist packaging activity. (default: False)

-p VAL, --parallel VAL

run tox environments in parallel, the argument controls limit: all, auto - cpu count, some positive number, zero is turn off (default: 0)

-o, --parallel-live

connect to stdout while running environments (default: False)

--parallel--safe-build

(deprecated) ensure two tox builds can run in parallel (uses a lock file in the tox workdir with .lock extension) (default: False)

--installpkg PATH

use specified package for installation into venv, instead of creating an sdist. (default: None)

--develop

install package in the venv using 'setup.py develop' via 'pip -e .' (default: False)

-i URL, --index-url URL

set indexserver url (if URL is of form name=url set the url for the 'name' indexserver, specifically) (default: None)

--pre

install pre-releases and development versions of dependencies. This will pass the --pre option to install_command (pip by default). (default: False)

-r, --recreate

force recreation of virtual environments (default: False)

--result-json PATH

write a json file with detailed information about all commands and results involved. (default: None)

--hashseed SEED

set PYTHONHASHSEED to SEED before running commands. Defaults to a random integer in the range [1, 4294967295] ([1, 1024] on Windows). Passing 'noset' suppresses this behavior. (default: None)

--force-dep REQ

Forces a certain version of one of the dependencies when configuring the virtual environment. REQ Examples 'pytest<2.7' or 'django>=1.6'. (default: None)

--sitepackages

override sitepackages setting to True in all envs (default: False)

--alwayscopy

override alwayscopy setting to True in all envs (default: False)

-s [val], --skip-missing-interpreters [val]

don't fail tests for missing interpreters: {config,true,false} choice (default: config)

--workdir PATH

tox working directory (default: None)

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES

TOXENV comma separated list of environments (overridable by '-e')

TOX_SKIP_ENV regular expression to filter down from running tox environments

TOX_TESTENV_PASSENV space-separated list of extra environment variables to be passed into test command environments

PY_COLORS 0 disable colorized output, 1 enable (default)

SEE ALSO

tox-quickstart(1)

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