[TIP] No boilerplate testing framework
techtonik at gmail.com
Sat Aug 31 00:39:43 PDT 2019
I've got a simple Python module named **pypack.py**, and I want to
test it with as little boilerplate as possible. I want to write my
tests in **pypack_test.py** (similar to Go naming convention). And I
want these tests to be written like this.
1. `get_description` is automatically imported from `pypack`
2. `assert_equals` is automatically inserted by test harness
Are there any frameworks that could be executed from terminal as a
single command that allow just that? If not, how hard it is to
On separate a wishlist is (1) detection of conflicting symbols between
test harness and tested module, (2) automated timings by detecting
test execution boundaries.
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