A more pythonic testing framework.
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Testify - A Testing Framework Testify is a replacement for Python's unittest module and nose. It is modeled after unittest, and tests written for unittest will run under testify with a minimum of adjustments, but it has features above and beyond unittest: - class-level setup and teardown fixture methods which are run once each for an entire set of test methods. - a decorator-based approach for fixture methods, eliminating the need for super() calls. - More pythonic, less java - enhanced test discovery - testify can drill down into packages to find test cases (similiar to nose). - support for collecting and running tests by collecting modules, classes or methods into test suites. - Pretty test runner output (color!) - Support for splitting up tests into buckets to support multi-processing - Extensible plugin system for adding additional functionality around reporting - Comes complete with other handy testing utilities: Mocking (turtle), code coverage integration and profiling. an example test case module: --- from testify import * class AdditionTestCase(TestCase): @class_setup def init_the_variable(self): self.variable = 0 @setup def increment_the_variable(self): self.variable += 1 def test_the_variable(self): assert self.variable == 1 @teardown def decrement_the_variable(self): self.variable -= 1 @class_teardown def get_rid_of_the_variable(self): self.variable = None if __name__ == "__main__": run()