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Known subclasses: twisted.trial.reporter.Reporter
Implements interfaces: twisted.trial.itrial.IReporter
|Instance Variable||successes||count the number of successes achieved by the test run. (type:
|Method||startTest||This must be called before the given test is commenced.|
|Method||stopTest||This must be called after the given test is completed.|
|Method||addFailure||Report a failed assertion for the given test.|
|Method||addError||Report an error that occurred while running the given test.|
|Method||addSkip||Report that the given test was skipped.|
|Method||addUnexpectedSuccess||Report that the given test succeeded against expectations.|
|Method||addExpectedFailure||Report that the given test failed, and was expected to do so.|
|Method||addSuccess||Report that the given test succeeded.|
|Method||upDownError||Deprecated in Twisted 8.0.|
|Method||cleanupErrors||Report an error that occurred during the cleanup between tests.|
|Method||startSuite||Deprecated in Twisted 8.0.|
|Method||endSuite||Deprecated in Twisted 8.0.|
|Method||done||The test suite has finished running.|
sys.exc_info()-style tuple to a
Failure, if necessary.
In Trial, tests can be 'skipped'. Tests are skipped mostly because there is some platform or configuration issue that prevents them from being run correctly.
In Trial, tests can be marked 'todo'. That is, they are expected to fail. When a test that is expected to fail instead succeeds, it should call this method to report the unexpected success.
In Trial, tests can be marked 'todo'. That is, they are expected to fail.
Called when an error occurs in a setUp* or tearDown* method
|Parameters||warn||indicates whether or not the reporter should emit a warning about the error (type: Boolean)|
|printStatus||indicates whether or not the reporter should print the name of the method and the status message appropriate for the type of error (type: Boolean)|
Suites which wish to appear in reporter output should call this before running their tests.
Called at the end of a suite, if and only if that suite has called