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Testbin is a library of Python modules and scripts built to help with software testing.

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Testbin is a library of Python modules and scripts built to help with software testing.

The primary guiding principles are:

  • A testbin module must be useful to at least its author.
  • Assume the purpose of a testbin module is to test another application, service, API, etc.
  • A testbin module may have broken-by-design functionality.
  • Provide excellent documentation along with the module.

The name testbin is a play on the word dustbin. Just like a trash can or a dustbin is a receptable, testbin contains things that are smelly but very much wanted. It doesn’t hurt that a bin directory in UNIX-world contains executable binaries, just as tesbin has executable modules and scripts.

There are a lot of requirements for these modules and scripts which can result in a bloated environment to run them in. The purpose is not to run all these modules or scripts in the same environments. Instead, the idea is to take what you need, incorporate into your own code, and go from there.

Feel free to use the code under the terms of the MIT license.

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