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Testing#

In RAD-tools we rely on pytest, hypothesis and sphinx.ext.doctest for testing.

Unit tests#

All unit tests are located in the "utests/" directory. To run the tests, you can use the following command (provided that the GNU make command is available):

make test

Alternatively, you can run:

pytest -s

Structure of the "utest/" directory loosely follows the structure of the "src/radtools/" directory.

For example if you've added a new function named "rotate()" to the geometry moduyle from the "src/radtools/geometry.py" file, then you should add a new test function named "test_rotate()" to the file "utest/test_geometry.py".

Documentation tests#

Across the documentation there are many examples of how to use RAD-tools with code snippets. These code snippets are tested using sphinx.ext.doctest, which ensure that the documentation correctly reflects an actual behavior of the code. In order to run doctests you need to build the documentation and then run the doctests using the following command (provided that the GNU make command is available):

make doctest

Alternatively, you can run:

sphinx-build -b doctest "docs/source" "docs/build"