Testify - A Testing Framework
Testify is a replacement for Python’s unittest module and nose. It is modeled after unittest, and existing unittest classes are fully supported.
However, Testify has features above and beyond unittest:
Class-level setup and teardown fixture methods, which are run only once for an entire class of test methods.
A decorator-based approach to fixture methods, enabling features like lazily-evaluated attributes and context managers for tests.
Enhanced test discovery. Testify can drill down into packages to find test cases (similiar to nose).
Support for detecting and running test suites, grouped by modules, classes, or individual test methods.
Support for splitting up tests into buckets for multiprocessing.
Pretty test runner output (hooray color!).
Extensible plugin system for adding additional functionality around reporting.
Comes complete with other handy testing utilities, including turtle (for mocking), code coverage integration, profiling, and numerous common assertion helpers for easier debugging.
More pythonic naming conventions.
Example Test Case
from testify import * class AdditionTestCase(TestCase): @class_setup def init_the_variable(self): self.variable = 0 @setup def increment_the_variable(self): self.variable += 1 def test_the_variable(self): assert_equal(self.variable, 1) @suite('disabled', reason='ticket #123, not equal to 2 places') def test_broken(self): # raises 'AssertionError: 1 !~= 1.01' assert_almost_equal(1, 1.01, threshold=2) @teardown def decrement_the_variable(self): self.variable -= 1 @class_teardown def get_rid_of_the_variable(self): self.variable = None if __name__ == "__main__": run()