I have several packages that have some extra dependencies for testing.
There's tests_require in setup.py, but there's also extras_require where you
can add a 'test'. The extras_require is what I use now.
In buildout's [test] section, you simply do something like:
recipe = ...
eggs = my.egg
With recent buildout versions, a 'my.other.egg[test]' in my.egg's 'test'
extras_require is also picked up OK. But: I don't want to look in all my
dependencies whether they have or haven't got a 'test' extras_require.
The main problem surfaces when using a test-all runner like
plone.recipe.alltests: you don't want to figure out for all those package's
whether they have such a 'test' extras_require...
So: any ideas on how to deal with this? Alternative setups? Use
test_requires? Should test runners pick it up automagically? Is there
something plone.recipe.alltests could do?
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