mamba is the definitive BDD testing framework for Python. Born under the banner of Behavior Driven Development.
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mamba: the definitive test runner for Python
mamba is the definitive test runner for Python. Born under the banner of behavior-driven development.
I recommend to use pipenv for managing your dependencies, thus you can install mamba like any other Python package.
$ pipenv install mamba
But you also can use pip:
$ pip install mamba
Write a very simple example that describes your code behaviour:
# tennis_spec.py from mamba import description, context, it from expects import expect, equal with description('Tennis') as self: with it('starts with 0 - 0 score'): rafa_nadal = "Rafa Nadal" roger_federer = "Roger Federer" game = Game(rafa_nadal, roger_federer) expect(game.score()).to(equal((0, 0)))
Run the example, and don't forget to watch it fail!
$ pipenv run mamba tennis_spec.py F 1 examples failed of 1 ran in 0.0023 seconds Failures: 1) Tennis it starts with 0 - 0 score Failure/Error: tennis_spec.py game = Game(rafa_nadal, roger_federer) NameError: global name 'Game' is not defined File "tennis_spec.py", line 8, in 00000001__it starts with 0 - 0 score-- game = Game(rafa_nadal, roger_federer)
Now write as little code for making it pass.
# tennis_spec.py from mamba import description, context, it from expects import expect, equal import tennis with description('Tennis') as self: with it('starts with 0 - 0 score'): rafa_nadal = "Rafa Nadal" roger_federer = "Roger Federer" game = tennis.Game(rafa_nadal, roger_federer) expect(game.score()).to(equal((0, 0)))
# tennis.py class Game(object): def __init__(self, player1, player2): pass def score(self): return (0, 0)
Run the spec file and enjoy that all tests are green!
$ pipenv run mamba tennis_spec.py . 1 examples ran in 0.0022 seconds
Mamba provides a way to configuration using
This module function is read after parsing arguments so configure function overrides settings
A sample config file :
def configure(settings): # settings.slow_test_threshold = 0.075 # settings.enable_code_coverage = False # settings.code_coverage_file = '.coverage' settings.format = 'documentation' # settings.no_color = False # settings.tags = None
You can read more features about mamba in its official manual
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