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* Release checklist
- Test on:
- Windows
- Ubuntu
- Mac
- Pythons 2.6, 2.7, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4
- Version number in coverage/version.py
- 3.1a1, 3.1b1, 3.1c1, 3.1
- Copyright date in coverage/__init__.py
- Update CHANGES.txt, including release date.
- Update docstring in setup.py, including "New in x.y:"
- Update docs
- Version, date, and changes in doc/changes.rst
- Version and date in doc/index.rst
- Version and copyright date in doc/conf.py
- Version --version output in doc/install.rst
- Don't forget the man page: doc/python-coverage.1.txt
- Generate new sample_html to get the latest, incl footer version number:
python setup.py develop
cd ~/cog/trunk
rm -rf htmlcov
coverage run --branch --source=cogapp -m cogapp.test_cogapp CogTestsInMemory
coverage html
- IF BETA:
cp -r htmlcov/ ~/coverage/trunk/doc/sample_html_beta/
- ELSE:
cp -r htmlcov/ ~/coverage/trunk/doc/sample_html/
- IF BETA:
- Build and publish docs:
$ make publishbeta
- ELSE:
- Build and publish docs:
$ make publish
- Kits:
- Source kit:
- $ make kit
- Windows .exe for each Python
- $ tox -c tox_winkits.ini
- Update PyPi:
- $ make pypi
- upload the kits:
- $ make kit_upload
- $ tox -c tox_winkits.ini upload
# note: this seems to try to upload each file twice, so you'll have a
# successful upload, then a failure, but the file gets there.
- Visit http://pypi.python.org/pypi?%3Aaction=pkg_edit&name=coverage :
- show/hide the proper versions.
- Tag the tree
- hg tag -m "Coverage 3.0.1" coverage-3.0.1
- Update nedbatchelder.com
- Edit webfaction.htaccess to make sure the proper versions are mapped to /beta
- Blog post?
- Update bitbucket:
- Issue tracker should get new version number in picker.
# Note: don't delete old version numbers: it marks changes on the tickets
# with that number.
- Update github:
- hg bookmark -r default master -f && hg push github
- Announce on coveragepy-announce@googlegroups.com .
- Announce on TIP.
- Ask Christophe Zwerschke (cito@online.de) to build win64 kits.
* Building
- Install fixtar on any Windows Python used to make source kits: http://bitbucket.org/ned/fixtar
- Create PythonXX\Lib\distutils\distutils.cfg::
[build]
compiler = mingw32
* Testing
- Testing of Python code is handled by tox.
- Create a virtualenv
- install tox into it
- activate the virtualenv
- $ tox
- For complete coverage testing:
$ make metacov
This will run coverage under its own measurement. You can do this in
different environments (Linux vs. Windows, for example), then copy the
data files (.coverage.meta.*) to one machine for combination and
reporting. To combine and report:
$ make metahtml
- For testing on Python <= 2.4:
- Set up the Python as your current python, probably with a virtualenv.
- $ . ./test_old.sh
- To run the Javascript tests:
open tests/js/index.html in variety of browsers.