HypoFuzz uses calendar-based versioning, with a
Now requires Hypothesis 6.91 or later, fixing compatibility with some unstable internals that HypoFuzz hooks into.
Various small patches for issues found by fuzzing Hypothesis itself. Notably, we now try to fuzz functions which require autouse fixtures even though we don’t provide those fixtures - it often works!
Hypofuzz now writes
.patch files with failing examples, and optionally
with covering examples - including removal of redundant covering examples.
Yet another compatibility fix for explain mode, with even more tests for future regressions. Third time lucky, we hope!
Additional compatibility fix, and improved tests to avoid future regressions.
Now requires Hypothesis 6.75.2 or later, fixing compatibility with some unstable internals that HypoFuzz hooks into.
Fixed a bug affecting traceback reporting on Python 3.10+ (#16).
NotImplementedError when HypoFuzz had found a failing input for every
test running in some process. Now, we cleanly
First open-source release! Also improves database handling and adds a timelimit to shrinking to better handle pathological cases.
Fixes compatibility with Hypothesis 6.49.1 and later (released July 5th).
Web-based time-travel debugging with PyTrace - just
pip install hypofuzz[pytrace] and click the link on any failing test!
Improved dashboard (again!), better generation/mutation heuristics, basic residual-risk estimation, free-for-noncommercial-use on PyPI.
Improved dashboard, fixed memory leaks, support arbitary
calls as coverage, performance improvements.
Multiprocess fuzzing with seed sharing and corpus distillation, and basic prioritisation of seeds covering rare branches.
Still very much in alpha, but the fundamentals all work now.
First packaged version of HypoFuzz