[Python-Dev] "if __name__ == '__main__'" at the bottom of python unittest files

Serhiy Storchaka storchaka at gmail.com
Wed May 1 02:46:57 EDT 2019

01.05.19 00:24, Chris Withers пише:
> I have a crazy idea of getting unittest.mock up to 100% code coverage.
> I noticed at the bottom of all of the test files in testmock/, there's a:
> if __name__ == '__main__':
>      unittest.main()
> ...block.
> How would people feel about these going away? I don't *think* they're 
> needed now that we have unittest discover, but thought I'd ask.

These lines were added for purpose. They are needed for running tests in 
separate file as a script.

$ ./python Lib/unittest/test/testmock/testcallable.py -v
test_attributes (__main__.TestCallable) ... ok
test_create_autospec (__main__.TestCallable) ... ok
test_create_autospec_instance (__main__.TestCallable) ... ok
test_hierarchy (__main__.TestCallable) ... ok
test_non_callable (__main__.TestCallable) ... ok
test_patch_spec (__main__.TestCallable) ... ok
test_patch_spec_callable_class (__main__.TestCallable) ... ok
test_patch_spec_instance (__main__.TestCallable) ... ok
test_patch_spec_set (__main__.TestCallable) ... ok
test_patch_spec_set_instance (__main__.TestCallable) ... ok
test_subclasses (__main__.TestCallable) ... ok

Ran 11 tests in 0.040s


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