I am working on a code base, version controlled in git, that we have recently moved to Visual Studio Team Services. Though I am not liking how teams, projects and repositories are organised, compared to GitHub, I can live with it. I believe it will make more sense once we start using the planning, scheduling etc built into the service.
I set up a build definition to run the tests defined in the code base, and I noticed that it offers to publish the test results and coverage results along with the build status. I had some issues with getting it working but I wanted to share my python & pytest setup to help others get to the solution quicker (I hope :) ).
The code can be found here (in GitHub since VSTS does not allow repositories to be public), and the build definition is found there under Demo.json. If you create a new repository in VSTS, you can import the GitHub repository. Then you need to import a build definition, where you use the
Demo.json file. Here you should update the name of the build definition, and use a hosted Linux queue agent. You should also update source to the master branch of the example.
You can then
Save & Queue and wait for the results. In the build summary, you can now click the
Code Coverage and the
Tests tabs to see the results of the tests and coverage.
The problem I had was that the coverage was malformed since the results from pytest coverage do not inline the stylesheet for the html. That is what the pytest-style-inliner fixes.
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