Coverage.py 5.0 can record separate coverage data for `different contexts`_ during
one run of a test suite. Pytest-cov can use this feature to record coverage
data for each test individually, with the
The context name recorded in the coverage.py database is the pytest test id, and the phase of execution, one of “setup”, “run”, or “teardown”. These two are separated with a pipe symbol. You might see contexts like:
test_functions.py::test_addition|run test_fancy.py::test_parametrized[1-101]|setup test_oldschool.py::RegressionTests::test_error|run
Note that parameterized tests include the values of the parameters in the test id, and each set of parameter values is recorded as a separate test.
To view contexts when using
--cov-report=html, add this to your
[html] show_contexts = True
The HTML report will include an annotation on each covered line, indicating the number of contexts that executed the line. Clicking the annotation displays a list of the contexts.