[Numpy-discussion] Release vs development testing.

Nathaniel Smith njs at pobox.com
Mon May 13 13:49:31 EDT 2019

On Mon, May 13, 2019, 10:26 Charles R Harris <charlesr.harris at gmail.com>

> I just checked that current wheels show the warnings when `numpy.test()`
> is run with latest pytest.  However, moving the `pytest.ini` file into the
> `numpy` directory is tricky, as we need to tell pytest where to find the
> installed file (-c option). The simplest short time solution is to ignore
> the warning, but long term I'm worried that the warning will become an
> error as pytest is doing this because they want to clean up the their
> implementation. Ideally there would be a better way to register the marks.

I bet if you open an issue on pytest explaining that numpy needs to either
use unregistered marks or else have some programmatic non-pytest.ini-based
way to register marks, then they'll figure something out. I think they
added a warning because they're hoping to flush out these kinds of problems
so they can fix them before they do the cleanup.


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