To start, let’s set up the demo repository.
Fork the demo repository from Bitbucket. It is strongly recommended that you fork the repository to your personal Bitbucket account.
Clone your new repository to your local machine.
After you have cloned the repository, checkout a new branch
cd codecov-demo git checkout -b step0
pytest-cov by running and saving down these dependencies. Note that it is recommended that this is done in a virtual environment.
pip install flask pip install pytest-cov pip freeze --local > api/requirements.txt
Ensure your repository has the following structure.
--> tree . ├── LICENSE ├── README.md └── api ├── __init__.py └── requirements.txt 1 directory, 4 files
Commit your changes by running
git add . git commit -m 'step0: add python dependencies' git push origin step0
Create a pull request on Bitbucket and merge the changes.
When opening pull requests, be sure to select your own repository as the base branch.
Updated 20 days ago