On 14 August 2017 at 14:21, Yaniv Kaul <ykaul(a)redhat.com> wrote:
I was wondering if there are any examples of mocks written for code
on top of the oVirt Python SDK.
I would assume there will be a different a call mocking sdk.Connection()
that would return a mock'ed object and from there continue?
Context: I'm looking into writing an oVirt driver for some project. They
(rightfully so) ask for unit tests, using mocks, fixtures, etc. I'm unsure
this is really going to be easy or meaningful, but I thought I'd look into
A little aside, but I typically find that if you have to write any
mocks of your own rather then using the python-mock package
(unitest.mock in Python3), it means you're probably doing systems
tests instead of unit tests, or your code design is not very testable.
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