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MI7 is a lightweight and fun spying test framework. It's main goal is to be as easy to use as possible.

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MI7 is a lightweight and fun spying test framework. It’s main goal is to be as easy to use as possible.

Python is not a language where one expects to be doing a lot of dependency injection, mocking, stubbing and other techniques that are fairly common in other languages. That “modus operandi” is what Python developers call being Pythonic.

MI7 is a framework that wants to operate pretty much like James Bond (the old one): in stealth mode. The main goal of the library is to be invisible to your production code, and as invisible as possible in your tests.

Experience shows that using current Python test helpers, tests tend to become rapidly verbosy. There’s nothing worse than writing 10 lines of boilerplate code in a test so that you can start testing what you want.

With MI7, we are trying to answer that call. A call for a library that helps us write tests with clear intent and change the current view that Pythonists do not like Test Driven Development.

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