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doublex-expects 0.7.0rc2

Expects matchers for Doublex test doubles assertions

Doublex-Expects is a matchers library for the Expects assertion library. It provides matchers for the Doublex test double library.

Usage

Just import the expect callable and the Doublex-Expects matchers and start writing assertions for test doubles.

Spies

from expects import expect
from doublex_expects import *
from doublex import Spy

my_spy = Spy()

my_spy.method()

expect(my_spy.method).to(have_been_called)

Mocks

from expects import expect
from doublex_expects import *
from doublex import Mock

with Mock() as my_mock:
    my_mock.reset()
    my_mock.add(1)

my_mock.reset()
my_mock.add(1)

expect(my_mock).to(have_been_satisfied)

Matchers

have_been_called

Asserts that a spy has been called.

expect(my_spy.method).to(have_been_called)
expect(my_spy.method).not_to(have_been_called)

have_been_called_with

Asserts that a spy has been called with given arguments.

expect(my_spy.method).to(have_been_called_with('foo', key='bar'))
expect(my_spy.method).to(have_been_called_with(a(str), key=match('\w+')))
expect(my_spy.method).to(have_been_called_with(anything, key='bar'))
expect(my_spy.method).to(have_been_called_with('foo', any_arg))
expect(my_spy.method).not_to(have_been_called_with('bar', key='foo'))

Times called modifiers

once

Asserts that a spy has been called exactly once.

expect(my_spy.method).to(have_been_called.once)
expect(my_spy.method).to(have_been_called_with('foo').once)
expect(my_spy.method).not_to(have_been_called.once)

twice

Asserts that a spy has been called exactly twice.

expect(my_spy.method).to(have_been_called.twice)
expect(my_spy.method).to(have_been_called_with('foo').twice)
expect(my_spy.method).not_to(have_been_called.twice)

exactly

Asserts that a spy has been called exactly n times.

expect(my_spy.method).to(have_been_called.exactly(3))
expect(my_spy.method).to(have_been_called_with('foo').exactly(3))
expect(my_spy.method).not_to(have_been_called.exactly(3))

max

Asserts that a spy has been called maximum of n times.

expect(my_spy.method).to(have_been_called.max(2))
expect(my_spy.method).to(have_been_called_with('foo').max(2))
expect(my_spy.method).not_to(have_been_called.max(2))

min

Asserts that a spy has been called minimum of n times.

expect(my_spy.method).to(have_been_called.min(2))
expect(my_spy.method).to(have_been_called_with('foo').min(2))
expect(my_spy.method).not_to(have_been_called.min(2))

have_been_satisfied

Verifies that a mock calls have been satisfied.

expect(my_mock).to(have_been_satisfied)
expect(my_mock).not_to(have_been_satisfied)

have_been_satisfied_in_any_order

Verifies that a mock calls have been satisfied regardless of the execution order.

expect(my_mock).to(have_been_satisfied_in_any_order)
expect(my_mock).not_to(have_been_satisfied_in_any_order)

Installation

You can install the last stable release from PyPI using pip or easy_install.

$ pip install doublex-expects

Also you can install the latest sources from Github.

$ pip install -e git+git://github.com/jaimegildesagredo/doublex-expects.git#egg=doublex-expects

Specs

To run the specs you should install the testing requirements and then run mamba.

$ python setup.py develop
$ pip install -r test-requirements.txt
$ mamba
 
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