Setting up tests

For the life of me I can't figure out how to set up unit tests using the latest build (96.115).  I'm used to IntelliJ IDEA where I'd go under project structure and designate a source subtree as a test source. This option seems to be missing from pycharm's interface.  Right-clicking on a test file/test class/test function does show a run option in the contextual menu.  I don't see any other options for tests (except the ability to create test run configuration).  What am I missing (besides a brain, obviously)?

thanks

Dmitry

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Hello Dmitry,

There is no possibility to set up test sources in PyCharm because there's

no need to mark a directory as test sources: all testing functionality works

for any directory. Just go ahead and run your tests, everything will work.

For the life of me I can't figure out how to set up unit tests using

the latest build (96.115).  I'm used to IntelliJ IDEA where I'd go

under project structure and designate a source subtree as a test

source. This option seems to be missing from pycharm's interface.

Right-clicking on a test file/test class/test function does show a run

option in the contextual menu.  I don't see any other options for

tests (except the ability to create test run configuration).  What am

I missing (besides a brain, obviously)?

thanks

Dmitry

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