an executable implementation of the throwaway `_`
Veritas is a Python library implementing a throwaway variable that attempts to return true no matter how it is called upon.
It is intended for writing tests where you must provide some variables to an interface but your particular test will never read what happens to them. Veritas attempts to make sure that whatever the side effects on these variables it will not derail program execution. It implements comparable, numeric, callable, container, iterator, binary, in-place, unary, context manager, and async interfaces.
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$ pip install veritas
$ git clone https://github.com/lonnen/veritas # Create a virtualenvironment $ pip install -r requirements-dev.txt
see tests for example usage
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