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Mock implementation of aioredis

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Mock library to replace aioredis during unit tests

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mockaioredis is to aioredis what the mockredispy library is to plain redis-py. It uses the mockredispy library and wraps it in the asyncio magic required to work like aioredis.

Uses the new async keyword for Python 3.5, so no 3.4 support.

Beware: This is an early alpha that isn't even close to API-complete. In fact, so far it only supports the limited set of calls I needed for another project. Eventually, as I use more and more aioredis calls in my other projects, this mock layer will be fleshed out more.


You can install mockaioredis from PYPI by running pip install mockaioredis.

If you want to update an existing install, run pip install --update mockaioredis.

You can also clone this repository from github and run pip install . from the repository base directory.


You can use it as a fixture using pytest-mock

import mockaioredis

def redis(mocker):
    """Mock Redis."""
    mocker.patch.object(aioredis, 'create_pool', new=mockaioredis.create_pool)


Like mockredispy, mockaioredis is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0. See LICENSE for details.

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