[wingide-users] Wing Pytest Invalid Argument Error?
karl_chester at hotmail.com
Tue Aug 25 13:46:43 EDT 2015
I added the <company> portion due to my interest in hiding the company name I work for.Pytest version is 2.6.1
Here is the output from pip freeze
Karl Chester Jr
> Date: Tue, 25 Aug 2015 12:51:14 -0400
> From: support at wingware.com
> To: karl_chester at hotmail.com
> CC: wingide-users at wingware.com
> Subject: Re: [wingide-users] Wing Pytest Invalid Argument Error?
> Karl Chester via wingide-users wrote:
> > Trying to run a py.test unit test, and now getting an argument error.
> > I was running tests fine early last week, and now I am seeing this
> > strange argument error. I think it could be environment related, but
> > I'm not sure what to change. Hopefully I am including enough
> > information in this post, but please ask if I am not.
> > 1. I have setup a project in Wing and used files that I checked out
> > from my companies git repository.
> > 2. I setup the default testing framework in the project properties to
> > pytest.
> > 3. I open the file I want to run test in, in Wing, and then I select
> > 'add current file' from the testing menu option at the top of wing.
> > 4. In the testing tab of the debug area at the bottom of wing IDE, I
> > right mouse click on the newly added filename and choose 'debug test'
> > from the popup menu.
> > 5. I now get a pytest assertion error in main.py.
> What version of pytest is this? It seems to be having problems parsing
> the command line args we set up in the 3rd stack frame (in
> RunInSingleDir), although the mis-spelled "<compnay>" in the invalid arg
> it's complaining about may be a clue as well.
> Stephan Deibel
> Wingware | Python IDE
> The Intelligent Development Environment for Python Programmers
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