Express expected outcomes with examples.
mug = Mug() with description(Mug): with description('.fill') with context('coffee'): with specification('fills the mug with coffee'): mug.fill('coffee') expect(mug.contents).to(eq('coffee'))
Try it out
git clone email@example.com:zacstewart/pyspec.git cd pyspec python setup.py install pyspec example_specs/ F.F.E.F. 3 failures, 1 errors pyspec.core <class 'pyspec.core.BrokenFizzBuzz'> .convert 15 returns fizzbuzz Expected fizz to be equal to fizzbuzz pyspec.core <class 'pyspec.core.BrokenFizzBuzz'> .convert 5 returns buzz Expected 5 to be equal to buzz pyspec.core normal assertions are treated as failures and not errors False wasn't True! pyspec.core <class 'pyspec.core.BrokenFizzBuzz'> .floop does not exist 'BrokenFizzBuzz' object has no attribute 'floop'