How to Solve the ModuleNotFoundError With Pytest?

Better Stack Team
Updated on May 15, 2024

To fix the ModuleNotFoundError in pytest, you can start by making your tests directory a Python package.This can be achieved by including an empty file to the directory:

└── tests/
    ├──  # Make sure to include this

If this does not solve the issue, you may need to modify the file to adjust the Python path:
import sys

If you're still encountering errors, another approach involves configuring your project settings with a pyproject.toml file:

[ pyproject.toml]

pythonpath = "src"
addopts = [

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