Concordion Python Port
A python implementation of the Concordion Acceptance Testing framework.
$ pip install pyconcordion2
Simply extend your python test cases from ConcordionTestCase
from pyconcordion2 import ConcordionTestCase
Execute as you would normal unittests.
This is not a 100% port of the original Concordion framework. If you found a differing behaviour please let me know.
- Not possible to link to test data via CSV
- Extensions are currently not supported.
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:concordion/pyconcordion2.git $ cd pyconcordion2 $ virtualenv env_concordion $ source ./env_concordion/bin/activate $ pip install -r requirements.txt $ nosetests # to run tests
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