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How do I run one of many defined tests, using pytest

asked 2020-05-09 13:32:50 -0500

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updated 2020-05-11 11:07:38 -0500

How and/or where do I define this type of test "pytest tests/test_frame.py::TestFrame"in the IDE? Or can I only run the entire test? As of now, I'm confined to the conda prompt in Anaconda to do this.

As you might guess, I'm quite new to this IDE... Bought the pro vrsion hoping that I would leverage some things, but I'm on my way back to PyCharm, Anaconda and Spyder, or whatever... Struggling to find my way here.

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answered 2020-05-11 11:07:26 -0500

The Testing tool in Wing Pro is where you run tests. Initially, you have to run the whole module so Wing can discover the tests (some testing modules dynamically create tests, so running them is the only way to be sure to discover them all). After that, you can click on an individual test or test class to run or debug just that.

Don't hesitate to post questions here or email us at support@wingware.com if you're unclear about things getting started. Also, see the Tutorial in Wing's Help menu, which goes through the basics for most of the features.

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