Before running tests from console, make sure your local or installed cesar-p module is available in the PYTHON_PATH. This should be the case if you did follow the development/development-installation/Development Installation.
Make sure you do have the python environment where you have your cesar-p-core development installation active (most probably this is the environment that poetry did create for you) before working with any of the commands outlined below.
I recommend to use your IDE support for running tests during development. For the coverage there is no IDE support I know of, but maybe there is something out there as well.
To run your test:
Checking code coverage
pytest tests --cov coverage html
The second command creates a nice report to folder htmlcov, which you can explore in any browser.
For debugging: the test cases (e.g. tests/test_eplus_adapter/test_eplus_adapter.py) that compare e.g. a IDF file created against an expected one have a pytest.fixture method creating a result folder. In the normal run each test should clean up the files created, so after the yield that result folder is deleted. If such a test fails it is best to manually compare the generated file with the expected and update the expected if needed. For this, just comment out the shutil.rmtree line in the pytest.fixture function after the yield.
Format your source files automatically with black (after doing this, most static checker errors thrown by flake8 should disappear) To format all files in src folder, run:
A few configuration settings for black are set in pyproject.toml
Static code checker / Linting
Configuration resides in .flake8
The type hints are not checked during runtime, however you can do a consistency check with mypy
To generate the HTML docu:
cd docs/source/public sphinx-build . ../../html
The generation of the rst files for the the Code/API documentation is included in the command above (see conf.py for details). The reason is that the API autodocumentation must be generated form conf.py to work on readthedocs. Also the pathes in conf.py have been adapted to work on PyPi, thus you must now navigate to the docs root folder to execute shpinx-build…
To generate PDF docu:
Sphinx offers two ways to create a PDF documentation. The first is rst2pdf. I tried it out, but the result was not convincing and especially for the API documentation there were a lot of overflow errors. The second is generating LaTex sources and create a PDF, this is how I did set it up.
Install LaTex on your system (e.g. Live Tex on Windows). Make sure pdflatex command is available. Also do install “make” (on Windows e.g. by using chocolatey, see https://community.chocolatey.org/packages/make)
The two steps to generate the PDF then are
cd docs/source sphinx-build -b latex . ./_latex cd _latex make
The PDF is then in the folder _latex
The UML Diagrams were created with UMLet, which you can download from https://www.umlet.com/