Fix Python – How to suppress py.test internal deprecation warnings


Asked By – ev-br

Is there a way to suppress the pytest’s internal deprecation warnings?

Context: I’m looking to evaluate the difficulty of porting a test suite from nose to pytest. The suite is fairly large and heavily uses nose-style yield based test generators.

I’d like to first make sure the existing tests pass with pytest, and then maybe change test generators to parameterized.

Just running $ pytest path-to-test-folder with pytest 3.0.4 is completely dominated by pages and pages of

WC1 ~repos/numpy/numpy/lib/tests/ yield tests are deprecated, and scheduled to be removed in pytest 4.0

Is there a way of turning these warnings off?

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From pytest --help:

                      disable warnings summary, overrides -r w flag

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