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In compilation-mode, how can I make the default py.test output have clickable links to source code (when using py.test's default formatting of tracebacks)?

Does somebody already have appropriate compilation-error-regexp-alist-alist entries?

  • How do you run your tests ? I have all of this when running pytests and I thought it's the default behaviour of compilation-mode. – Ehvince Mar 20 '17 at 11:29
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Running py.test should automatically do it. Go to any directory or python file, run M-x compile RET py.test RET, you will get colorized output and traceback with hyperlinks like this.

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It is better to use elpy as it provides better integration with test runners.

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    A note: elpy's py.test integration is a bit more convenient, for example one can run the current unit test the point is in, switch venvs, etc. – Ehvince Mar 20 '17 at 11:27
  • Ah, I didn't know that! Armed with that knowledge, I see that, unknown to me, somehow I'd ended up with cmake and cmake-info customized into the middle of my compilation-error-regexp-alist, which breaks that. – Croad Langshan Mar 23 '17 at 22:59
  • I've edited the question to remove the other half, will ask that in a new question – Croad Langshan Mar 23 '17 at 23:02

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