fellowiki/tests/test_model.py

#!/usr/bin/python2.4
# Copyright (c) 2006 Jan Niklas Fingerle
#
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# If your project uses a database, you can set up database tests
# similar to what you see below. Be sure to set the db_uri to
# an appropriate uri for your testing database. sqlite is a good
# choice for testing, because you can use an in-memory database
# which is very fast.

from turbogears import testutil, database
# from fellowiki.model import YourDataClass, User

# database.set_db_uri("sqlite:///:memory:")

# class TestUser(testutil.DBTest):
#     def get_model(self):
#         return User
#
#     def test_creation(self):
#         "Object creation should set the name"
#         obj = User(user_name = "creosote",
#                       email_address = "spam@python.not",
#                       display_name = "Mr Creosote",
#                       password = "Wafer-thin Mint")
#         assert obj.display_name == "Mr Creosote"
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