[TIP] mock and patch
michael at voidspace.org.uk
Thu Mar 22 07:48:36 PDT 2012
On 22/03/2012 14:46, Andrea Crotti wrote:
> On 03/22/2012 02:42 PM, Michael Foord wrote:
>> The error is not from a mock, but from your actual walk function -
>> which indicates that the patching is not in place. So it's likely
>> that the patch is in the wrong place. It looks like you're patching
>> the walk function in the walk module - but using it somewhere else.
>> So changing your patch to "module_importing_and_using_walk.walk"
>> instead should work.
>> All the best,
> Actually I discovered a funny thing, I got this error by running
> nosetests -m regexp
> but running nosetest only I didn't, with exactly the same code.
> So if I can reproduce it it might be a small bug in nose, or is it
> normal to get a different behaviour
> when running only one test??
Odd. That *sounds* like a bug in nose. One possibility is that the
module path is different when running all the tests and a single test,
so the patching is working when you run all tests and not when you run
one. If you "print __name__" at the module level (where walk lives)
you'll be able to see if they are different when you run the tests
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