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Lazy guy's testing tool. Capture HTTP traffic and generate python integration test for your API server.

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ZEROTEST PyPI Travis

Zerotest makes it easy to test API server, start a micro proxy, send requests, and generate test code by these behaviours.

Install

Stable version: pip install zerotest

Develop version: pip install git+https://github.com/jjyr/zerotest.git

zerotest require python2.7 or 3.3+

Quick Start

  1. Start a local proxy to capture http traffic zerotest server https://api.github.com -f octocat.data

  2. Make few requests curl -i http://localhost:7000/users/octocat

  3. Press C-c to exit local proxy

  4. Generate test code zerotest generate octocat.data --ignore-all-headers > test_octocat.py

  5. Type py.test test_octocat.py to run test

Usage

Type zerotest -h to see help message

Server

Start local proxy server

zerotest server http://target-endpoint.com [-f] [record_file.data]

Type zerotest server -h to see help message

Generate

Generate python test code from record data (the file generated by local proxy)

zerotest generate [options] > test_file.py

Ignore specific headers in comparison

Use option --ignore-headers [date server ...] or --ignore-all-headers to ignore headers comparison

Ignore specific fields

Use --fuzzy-match enable fuzzy matching mode, compare data schema instead the data itself, or you can use --ignore-fields [view_count ...] to specific ignored fields

Type zerotest generate -h to see help message

Replay

Generate test and run it with pytest

zerotest replay [generate options] [--pytest] [pytest options]

Type zerotest replay -h to see help message

Develop

Export debug flag ZEROTEST_DEBUG=true to see verbose logs during program or test running.

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  • Open issue if found bugs or some cool ideas
  • Feel free to ask if have any questions
  • Testing is very important for a test tool, commit your test file together with pull request

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