SkPy comes with some test cases that cover expectations from the server, and the correctness of the library’s parsing.
Here, responses from the server are mocked out and replaced with static strings, so the real Skype server is never contacted. Test cases aim to ensure the library parses each response correctly.
- test.client.registerMocks(regTokenRedirect=False, guest=False)[source]#
Override external calls to Skype APIs with static responses using
- class test.client.SkypeClientTest[source]#
Main test class for all SkPy code.
Each test method enables the intercepting of API calls as defined in
Note that tests should be designed to evaluate local code – they are not testing correctness of the Skype APIs, rather that the local classes handle the requests and responses appropriately.
Complete the auth flow with a dummy username and password, including a messenger hostname redirect.
Send various types of messages, and check the resulting
Various tests for parsing provided by
These tests connect to the production Skype server to perform actions, checking that requests to and responses from the server are consistent with the library.
- class test.server.SkypeServerTestBase[source]#
Base class for tests designed to interpret server responses.
This requires access to a live Skype account, the credentials for which will be read from .tokens (or from a file named in environment variable
SKPY_TESTSERVER_TOKENSif set). This can be accomplished in a shell:
>>> from skpy import Skype >>> Skype(username, password, tokenFile=".tokens")
You must also set
SKPY_TESTSERVER_RECIPto a contact on the account that should receive test messages.
- class test.server.SkypeServerReadTest[source]#
Basic, read-only tests on information provided by the server for the connected account.
- class test.server.SkypeServerWriteTest[source]#
Specific test cases that require performing “write” actions on the connected account.
- class test.server.SkypeServerEventTest[source]#
Specific test cases that poll the event stream, and require external data (i.e. sending messages from another client to this user account).