Markdown-based test runner for python. Good for github projects
Turning your github readme files into python test suites since 2012
Steady Mark was created for python developers that love Github and markdown.
How it works:
Write your documentation using github-flavored markdown, surround your snippets with python code blocks and steadymark will automatically find and run them, if there is a header preceeding your python snippet it will be used as title for your test.
- Add test coverage to your app/library while documenting it
- Never have old malfunctional examples on your project's main page in github
- It uses misaka which is a python-binding of sundown, the markdown engine that github uses in itself
unicode.lower transforms string into lowercase
from sure import expect assert expect(u"Gabriel Falcao".lower()).equals(u"gabriel falcao")
python can add numbers
assert (2 + 2) == 4, 'oops baby'
Start using steady mark now!
This is the code for the example above, copy and paste in you python project right now and start keeping your documentation up-to-date with the code.
# My project name `version 0.1` ## unicode.lower transforms string into lowercase ```python assert "LOWERCaSe".lower() == "lowercase" ``` ## python can add numbers ```python assert (2 + 2) == 5, 'oops baby' ```
Just run with:
$ steadymark README.md
loading a python file before running tests
Steadymark is on version 0.8.3
>>> from sure import expect >>> from steadymark import version >>> assert expect(version).should.equal("0.8.3")
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