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       nose2-3 - nose2-3


       usage: nose2 [-s START_DIR] [-t TOP_LEVEL_DIRECTORY] [--config [CONFIG]]

              [--no-user-config]     [--no-plugins]    [--plugin    PLUGINS]    [--exclude-plugin
              EXCLUDE_PLUGINS] [--verbose] [--quiet]  [--log-level  LOG_LEVEL]  [-B]  [--coverage
              PATH]  [--coverage-report  TYPE]  [--coverage-config  FILE]  [-C]  [-D]  [-F]  [-h]
              [testNames [testNames ...]]

   positional arguments:

   optional arguments:
       -s START_DIR, --start-dir START_DIR
              Directory to start discovery ('.' default)

       -t  TOP_LEVEL_DIRECTORY,  --top-level-directory  TOP_LEVEL_DIRECTORY,  --project-directory
              Top level directory of project (defaults to start dir)

       --config [CONFIG], -c [CONFIG]
              Config  files  to  load,  if  they  exist. ('unittest.cfg' and 'nose2.cfg' in start
              directory default)

              Do not load user config files

              Do not load any plugins. Warning: nose2 does not do  anything  if  no  plugins  are

       --plugin PLUGINS
              Load this plugin module.

       --exclude-plugin EXCLUDE_PLUGINS
              Do not load this plugin module

       --verbose, -v
              print test case names and statuses


       --log-level LOG_LEVEL
              Set logging level for message logged to console.

       -h, --help
              Show this help message and exit

   plugin arguments:
              Command-line arguments added by plugins:

       -B, --output-buffer
              Enable output buffer

       --coverage PATH
              Measure coverage for filesystem path (multi-allowed)

       --coverage-report TYPE
              Generate selected reports, available types: term, term-missing, annotate, html, xml

       --coverage-config FILE
              Config file for coverage, default: .coveragerc

       -C, --with-coverage
              Turn on coverage reporting

       -D, --debugger
              Enter pdb on test fail or error

       -F, --fail-fast
              Stop the test run after the first error or failure