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conda-store (client)

Linting and formatting checks can be performed via hatch.

$ cd conda-store
$ hatch env run -e dev lint

Running integration tests. These tests are stateful! So you will need to clear the state if you have run the conda-store-server service on docker.

$ cd conda-store
$ docker-compose down -v # ensure you've cleared state
$ docker-compose up --build
# wait until the conda-store-server is running check by visiting localhost:8080

$ pip install -e .
$ ./tests/unauthenticated-tests.sh
$ ./tests/authenticated-tests.sh
$ export CONDA_STORE_URL=http://localhost:8080/conda-store
$ export CONDA_STORE_AUTH=basic
$ export CONDA_STORE_USERNAME=username
$ export CONDA_STORE_PASSWORD=password
$ ./tests/shebang.sh

conda-store-server

Linting and formatting checks can be performed via hatch.

$ cd conda-store-server
$ hatch env run -e dev lint

Checking that the package builds

$ cd conda-store-server
$ hatch build

Running unit tests

$ cd conda-store-server
$ pytest

Running integration tests. These tests are stateful! So you will need to clear the state if you have run the conda-store-server service on docker.

$ cd conda-store-server
$ docker-compose down -v # ensure you've cleared state
$ docker-compose up --build
# wait until the conda-store-server is running check by visiting localhos:8080
$ hatch env run -e dev playwright-test
$ hatch env run -e dev integration-test

conda-store-ui

We currently use jest in order to run unit tests.

yarn test     // find every test with the .test.[tsx|ts] extension
yarn report // show coverage collected after running the first command in the browser
yarn report test/AddChannel.test.tsx // run a single test instead of all