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An easy-to-use but full featured mocking library for Python.

Project description

Mocki aims to be an easy-to-use but full featured mocking library for Python.

Installation

Here is how to install Mocki using pip :

pip install Mocki

Starting with Mocki

Here is how to instantiate a new mock with Mocki :

>>> import mocki.core
>>>
>>> mock = mocki.core.Mock('myMock')

There are basically two things we can do with this mock :

  • stub it to do a particular action on a particular call :
>>> mock.on_call('myCall').do_return('myValue')
>>>
>>> mock('myCall')
'myValue'
  • verify whether or not a particular call was invoked on it :
>>> mock.verify_call('myCall').invoked_once()
>>>
>>> mock.verify_call('myCall').invoked_exactly(2)
Traceback (most recent call last):
...
AssertionError: Found one matching call invoked from myMock :
> myMock('myCall')

Documentation

See the online documentation for more information on how to use Mocki.

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