[SciPy-dev] [OT] Skipping a function wronlgy identified by nose
Thu Feb 19 15:34:49 CST 2009
On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 15:31, Gael Varoquaux
> Sorry, this is off topic, but I know there are many nose users on this
> mailing list.
> Here is the problem: in our library, we have a perfectly valid function
> that is called 'onesample_test'. Due to the name, nose identifies it as a
> function (also because it is defined in a file called
> Does anybody have an idea of what the right way to tell nose to skip it
> is? Nose is passing it the wrong number of arguments, and as a result it
> is appearing as a bogus error in the test suite.
Some combination of these should be useful to you.
-m TESTMATCH, --match=TESTMATCH, --testmatch=TESTMATCH
Use this regular expression to find tests
-e EXCLUDE, --exclude=EXCLUDE
Don't run tests that match regular expression
-i INCLUDE, --include=INCLUDE
Also run tests that match regular expression
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