Getting started with nose2¶
The recommended way to install nose2 is with pip
pip install nose2
You can also install from source by downloading the source
distribution from pypi, un-taring it, and running
python setup.py install in the source directory. Note that if you
install this way, and do not have distribute or setuptools installed,
you must install nose2’s dependencies manually.
For Python 2.7, Python 3.2 and pypy, nose2 requires six version 1.1. For Python 2.6, nose2 also requires argparse version 1.2.1 and unittest2 version 0.5.1. When installing with pip, distribute or setuptools, these dependencies will be installed automatically.
To run tests in a project, use the
nose2 script that is installed
This will find and run tests in all packages in the current working directory, and any sub-directories of the current working directory whose names start with ‘test’.
To find tests, nose2 looks for modules whose names start with
‘test’. In those modules, nose2 will load tests from all
unittest.TestCase subclasses, as well as functions whose
names start with ‘test’.