[Twisted-Python] Testing Twisted code without trial
itamar at itamarst.org
Tue Mar 26 07:40:23 EDT 2013
On 03/26/2013 06:39 AM, Adi Roiban wrote:
> I am "spining" the reactor to "resolve" all deferreds involved in a
> StringTransport conversation or in an DeferredList or other kind of
> chained deferreds. These are what I call "integration tests" and they
> only use memory, no external I/O.
If you're only using StringTransport or Clock, there is no need for a
real reactor. Deferreds have nothing to do with the reactor as such.
> In most of my calles of result = self.getDeferredResult(deferred), the
> deferred's callback() method was already called and I just want to
> resolve the callbacks chain.
Again, that does not require the reactor. E.g.:
>>> d = Deferred()
>>> l = 
You might also want to look at the latest version of
particular the new successResultOf and similar APIs.
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