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Minor wording correction and changed some code-block tags to be python #305

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@kennethreitz kennethreitz merged commit b432c73 into kennethreitz:master
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Looks like I messed up and accidentally specified some code blocks as console where they should have been python (corrected in this PR). Oops. Nice catch, @Duta.

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@@ -44,7 +44,7 @@ Some general rules of testing:
- The first step when you are debugging your code is to write a new test
pinpointing the bug. While it is not always possible to do, those bug
- catching test are among the most valuable piece of code in your project.
+ catching test are among the most valuable pieces of code in your project.
- Use long and descriptive names for testing functions. The style guide here is
slightly different than that of running code, where short names are often
@@ -150,7 +150,7 @@ Despite being a fully-featured and extensible test tool, it boasts a simple
syntax. Creating a test suite is as easy as writing a module with a couple of
functions
-.. code-block:: console
+.. code-block:: python
# content of test_sample.py
def func(x):
@@ -181,8 +181,8 @@ and then running the `py.test` command
test_sample.py:5: AssertionError
========================= 1 failed in 0.02 seconds =========================
-far less work than would be required for the equivalent functionality with the
-unittest module!
+is far less work than would be required for the equivalent functionality with
+the unittest module!
`py.test <http://pytest.org/latest/>`_
@@ -262,7 +262,7 @@ make assertions about how they have been used.
For example, you can monkey patch a method
-.. code-block:: console
+.. code-block:: python
from mock import MagicMock
thing = ProductionClass()
@@ -275,7 +275,7 @@ To mock classes or objects in a module under test, use the ``patch`` decorator.
In the example below, an external search system is replaced with a mock that
always returns the same result (but only for the duration of the test).
-.. code-block:: console
+.. code-block:: python
def mock_search(self):
class MockSearchQuerySet(SearchQuerySet):
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