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I am using brownie to run tests and right now my project is using two networks, development and mainnet-fork. I have a test which only runs in mainnet-fork and I am trying to figure out a way to tell brownie that the test shouldn't be run when I execute:

brownie test -s --coverage --network development

is there a way to do that?

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    Unfortuantely this isn't easy to do right now with Brownie. I've opened an issue to request the feature though! Feel free to leave feedback on the potential syntax. github.com/eth-brownie/brownie/issues/810 Oct 15, 2020 at 2:59
  • @iamdefinitelyahuman can you answer with that link so I can mark the question as answered?
    – Macarse
    Oct 19, 2020 at 16:03

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As of v1.12.0 this is possible using the require_network marker:

pytest.mark.require_network(network_name)

Mark a test so that it only runs if the active network is named network_name. This is useful when you have some tests intended for a local development environment and others for a forked mainnet.

For example, to make a test only execute when using a forked mainnet:

import pytest

@pytest.mark.require_network("mainnet-fork")
def test_almost_in_prod():
    pass
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  • for some reason this still connects to the default network
    – KIC
    Mar 31, 2022 at 18:21

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