Opened 2 years ago

Closed 17 months ago

#26822 closed task (user disappeared)

Investigate relying on tox's default install capabilities instead of an explicit command

Reported by: dmr Owned by: atagar
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Severity: Normal Keywords: testing code-improvement
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From 26811#comment:2:

I'm not convinced that the pip install -e . line needs to be in the tox.ini config at all, as I'm pretty sure tox will install things just fine without it, but I didn't have the time to explore that route further at the present.

So I think the best option moving forward in the interim is to take the patch, and file another ticket to look further into it at a later point. (But let me know your thoughts!)

This ticket is that ticket. Its purpose: investigate removing the pip install -e . line from the config (or note why it might be necessary).

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comment:1 Changed 2 years ago by dmr

For reference, #14091 is what originally added tox support. I glanced at it - it didn't seem to provide much clue about the line.

comment:2 Changed 17 months ago by atagar

Resolution: user disappeared
Status: newclosed

dmr moved on and I don't use tox so resolving.

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