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Add more Input tests, remove duplicate value callbacks. #384

merged 16 commits into from Dec 4, 2018

Fix callcount tests.

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T4rk1n committed Dec 3, 2018
commit cee343642044fbe63c2fae406f367cb50771fb51
@@ -1555,8 +1555,8 @@ def update_output(input1, input2):
self.assertEqual(output().text, 'input 1x + <<input 1x>>')

wait_for(lambda: call_counts['output'].value == 3)
wait_for(lambda: call_counts['input-2'].value == 2)
wait_for(lambda: call_counts['output'].value == 2)
wait_for(lambda: call_counts['input-2'].value == 3)
self.assertEqual(input1().get_attribute('value'), 'input 1x')
self.assertEqual(input2().get_attribute('value'), '<<input 1x>>y')
self.assertEqual(output().text, 'input 1x + <<input 1x>>y')
@@ -1584,7 +1584,7 @@ def update_output(input, state):
state = lambda: self.driver.find_element_by_id('state')

# callback gets called with initial input
self.assertEqual(call_count.value, 1)
wait_for(lambda: call_count.value == 1)
'input="Initial Input", state="Initial State"'
@@ -1604,7 +1604,7 @@ def update_output(input, state):
'input="Initial Inputx", state="Initial State"')

wait_for(lambda: call_count.value == 3)
wait_for(lambda: call_count.value == 4)
'input="Initial Inputxy", state="Initial Statex"')
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