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celery-mock allows you to mock celery task and run them when you want

Project description

celery-mock allows you to mock celery task and then run them when you want


Sometimes a celery task retries itself to wait for some event or model to change. This is hard to test because celery tasks run (and retry) inline in tests. Now you can choose when to run your tasks.

Supported versions

  • Python 3 support

  • Celery 3.1.x and 4.0.x support

How to install

pip install celery-mock

How to use

from celery_mock import task_mock
from django.test import TestCase, Client

from myapp import dummyview

class UsersTestCase(TestCase):

    def test_create_user(self):
        client = Client()'/api/users/', data={'username': 'konrad')  # runs tasks inline

        with task_mock():
  '/api/users/', data={'username': 'konrad')
            # no tasks started yet
        # all tasks ran here

        with task_mock('myapp.post_user_create_task'):
  '/api/users/', data={'username': 'konrad')
            # all tasks started execept myapp.post_user_create_task
        # myapp.post_user_create_task started here

        # you can use task_mock manually:

        tmock = task_mock().start()'/api/users/', data={'username': 'konrad')
        # no tasks started yet
        tomock.stop()  # all tasks ran here

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