Yesterday, I added Sentry error tracking to my Django app, and configured it to register every log entry with level INFO and above. Now, everytime I ran my test suite, there were events logged with Sentry that I didn't really care about. Naturally, I wanted to disable the default logging behavior for tests.
StackOverflow, naturally, provides part of the answer:
will disable all logging calls with levels less severe than or equal to CRITICAL.
But how to run this on every test? Pytest to the rescue! I use an autouse fixture:
- if an autouse fixture is defined in a conftest.py file then all tests in all test modules below its directory will invoke the fixture.
And this is what I put into my
@pytest.fixture(autouse=True) def disable_logging(): """Disable logging in all tests.""" logging.disable(logging.INFO)
That's it. Love it!