Sancho contains the lean unit test module that we use at the MEMS Exchange.
Sancho runs tests, and provides output for tests that fail.
Sancho does not count tests passed or failed. The target is projects that do not maintain failing tests.
The pattern we follow is to write unittests in separate python files
whose names all start with "utest_". Each script has one or more
sancho.utest.UTest defined, and the script ends
by calling the constructors of each of these classes.
UTest constructor runs every method method of the subclass (except
for those whose names start with "_") as a test. Any test that raises
any exception will cause output, but other output from tests is
suppressed. If all tests in a class have common setup and
shutdown code, you can put these in
_post methods and
the UTest will call them before and after each test.
You can run the tests directly or use the included
program to run all of the
utest_ scripts below the current