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[Python-Dev] "if __name__ == '__main__'" at the bottom of python unittest files


On 01/05/2019 07:46, Serhiy Storchaka wrote:
> 01.05.19 00:24, Chris Withers ????:
>> I have a crazy idea of getting unittest.mock up to 100% code coverage.
>>
>> I noticed at the bottom of all of the test files in testmock/, there's a:
>>
>> if __name__ == '__main__':
>> ???? unittest.main()
>>
>> ...block.
>>
>> How would people feel about these going away? I don't *think* they're 
>> needed now that we have unittest discover, but thought I'd ask.
> 
> These lines were added for purpose. They are needed for running tests in 
> separate file as a script.
> 
> $ ./python Lib/unittest/test/testmock/testcallable.py -v
> test_attributes (__main__.TestCallable) ... ok
> test_create_autospec (__main__.TestCallable) ... ok
> test_create_autospec_instance (__main__.TestCallable) ... ok
> test_hierarchy (__main__.TestCallable) ... ok
> test_non_callable (__main__.TestCallable) ... ok
> test_patch_spec (__main__.TestCallable) ... ok
> test_patch_spec_callable_class (__main__.TestCallable) ... ok
> test_patch_spec_instance (__main__.TestCallable) ... ok
> test_patch_spec_set (__main__.TestCallable) ... ok
> test_patch_spec_set_instance (__main__.TestCallable) ... ok
> test_subclasses (__main__.TestCallable) ... ok

Right, but that's not the documented way of running individual suites in 
the devguide.

I'm happy to remove these on the basis that there should be one and only 
one way of doing things like this.

Chris