The official name of this project is django-SHOP. Third party plugins for django-SHOP shall
follow the same naming convention as for plugins of django-CMS: Third party package names shall
start with djangoshop followed by a dash; no space or dash shall be added between django and
shop, for example:
Django-SHOP should be capitalised at the start of sentences and in title-case headings.
It’s important to run tests before committing :)
Setting up the environment¶
We highly suggest you run the tests suite in a clean environment, using a tool such as virtualenv.
- Clone the repository and cd into it:
git clone https://github.com/awesto/django-shop cd django-shop
- Create a virtualenv, and activate it:
virtualenv ~/.virtualenvs/django-shop source ~/.virtualenvs/django-shop/bin/activate
- Install the project in development mode:
pip install -e .
- Install the development requirements:
pip install -r requirements/test_py3.txt
That’s it! Now, you should be able to run the tests:
export DJANGO_SHOP_TUTORIAL=polymorphic py.test example
We use tox as a CI tool. To run the full CI test suite and get a coverage report, all you have to do is this:
pip install tox tox
If you work on a certain part of the code base and you want to run the related tests, you may only
want to run the tests affecting that part. In such a case use
py.test from your testing
environment and specify the file to test, or for more granularity the class name or even the method
name. Here are two examples:
py.test testshop/test_money.py py.test testshop/test_money.py -k test_pickle
Measuring which lines of code have been “seen” be the test runner is an important task while testing. Do this by creating a coverage report, for example with:
coverage run $(which py.test) testshop coverage report
or if you to test only a specific class
coverage run .tox/py27-django19/bin/py.test testshop/test_money.py coverage report -m shop/money/*.py
Using tox and py.test is optional. If you prefer the conventional way of running tests, you can
django-admin.py test tests --settings shop.testsettings.
Most of the discussion around django SHOP takes place on IRC (Internet Relay Chat), on the freenode servers in the #django-shop channel.
We also have a mailing list and a google group:
Unless otherwise specified, follow PEP 8 as closely as possible.
An exception to PEP 8 is our rules on line lengths. Don’t limit lines of code to 79 characters if it means the code looks significantly uglier or is harder to read. Consider 100 characters as a soft, and 119 as a hard limit. Here soft limit means, that unless a line must be splitted across two lines, it is more readable to stay with a long line.
Use the issue tracker only to report bugs. Send unsolicited pull requests only to fix bug – never to add new features.
Use stack-overflow to ask for questions related to django-SHOP.
Most pull requests will be rejected without proper unit testing.
Before adding a new feature, please write a specification using the style for Django Enhancement Proposals.
More information about how to send a Pull Request can be found on GitHub: http://help.github.com/send-pull-requests/