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Unittest (python)

by martinsam ST2/ST3

UnitTest support for Sublime Text 2

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Unittest package for Sublime Text 2

By Samuel Martin <martin.sam@gmail.com>

Twitter: @martinsam

Demo

@TODO

Installation

Automatic installation

See http://wbond.net/sublime_packages/package_control

CTRL + SHIFT + P > Install Package > Unittest (Python)

Manual installation

MacOs

cd /User/[Your User]/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 2/Packages
git clone https://github.com/martinsam/sublime-unittest ./Unittest

Linux

cd /home/[Your user]/.config/sublime-text-2/Packages/
git clone https://github.com/martinsam/sublime-unittest ./Unittest

Snippet

import / function

testclass

class [Foo]TestCase(unittest.TestCase):
    ...

testfunc

def test_[foo](self):
    ...

Assertions

snippet method Checks that New in
asse assertEqual(first, second, msg=None) a == b
assne assertNotEqual(first, second, msg=None) a != b
asst assertTrue(expr, msg=None) bool(x) is True
assf assertFalse(expr, msg=None) bool(x) is False
assis assertIs(first, second, msg=None) a is b 2.7
assisnt assertIsNot(first, second, msg=None) a is not b 2.7
assisne assertIsNone (expr, msg=None) x is None 2.7
assisntne assertIsNotNone(expr, msg=None) x is not None 2.7
assin assertIn(first, second, msg=None) a in b 2.7
assnin assertNotIn(first, second, msg=None) a not in b 2.7
assisins assertIsInstance(obj, cls, msg=None) isinstance(a, b) 2.7
assnisins assertNotIsInstance(obj, cls, msg=None) not isinstance(a, b) 2.7

It is also possible to check that exceptions and warnings are raised using the following methods:

snippet method Checks that New in
@todo
assertRaises(exc, fun, *args, **kwds)
assertRaisesRegexp(exc, re, fun, *args, **kwds)

There are also other methods used to perform more specific checks, such as:

snippet method Checks that New in
assae assertAlmostEqual(first, second, places=7, msg=None, delta=None) round(a-b, 7) == 0
assnae assertNotAlmostEqual(first, second, places=7, msg=None, delta=None) round(a-b, 7) != 0
assg assertGreater(first, second, msg=None) a > b 2.7
assge assertGreaterEqual(first, second, msg=None) a >= b 2.7
assl assertLess(first, second, msg=None) a < b 2.7
assle assertLessEqual(first, second, msg=None) a <= b 2.7
assrm assertRegexpMatches(text, regexp, msg=None) regex.search(s) 2.7
assnrm assertNotRegexpMatches(text, regexp, msg=None) not regex.search(s) 2.7
assie assertItemsEqual(actual, expected, msg=None) sorted(a) == sorted(b) 2.7
assdcs assertDictContainsSubset(expected, actual, msg=None) key/value pairs in a exist in b 2.7