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8.5 9.7 L4 Nox VS PlatformIOA professional collaborative platform for embedded development :alien:
4.3 5.9 L1 Nox VS buildoutBuildout is a deployment automation tool written in and extended with Python
4.1 9.0 Nox VS BitBakeThe official bitbake Git is at https://git.openembedded.org/bitbake/. Do not open issues or file pull requests here.
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Flexible test automation with Python
nox is a command-line tool that automates testing in multiple Python environments, similar to tox. Unlike tox, Nox uses a standard Python file for configuration:
import nox @nox.session def tests(session: nox.Session) -> None: session.install("pytest") session.run("pytest") @nox.session def lint(session: nox.Session) -> None: session.install("flake8") session.run("flake8", "--import-order-style", "google")
Nox is designed to be installed globally (not in a project virtual environment), the recommended way of doing this is via pipx, a tool designed to install python CLI programs whilst keeping them separate from your global or system python.
To install Nox with pipx:
pipx install nox
You can also use pip in your global python:
python3 -m pip install nox
You may want to user the user-site to avoid messing with your Global python install:
python3 -m pip install --user nox
List all sessions
Run all sessions
Run a particular session
nox -s/--session test
Checkout the docs for more! 🎉
Nox is an open source project and welcomes contributions of all kinds, checkout the [contributing guide](CONTRIBUTING.md) for help on how to help us out!
All contributors must follow the [code of conduct](CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md) and be nice to one another! 😃
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Nox README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.