nose-django / examples / README.TXT

The 'project' sample Django project was created using Django 1.0b1.

Using a more recent version of Django may cause problems.  You've been

If you change directory into the 'project' directory, you should be
able  to run the nose test runner and get reasonable results.

Note that you *won't* be running your doctests unless you tell nose to
do so.

As usual, you need to tell nose to run doctest test strings in modules
that contain standard test classes.

A successful run should hit *11* test cases excercising :

    * race conditions between test cases that create objects in test
    * race conditions between test cases that create objects in 
      fixture loading
    * doctests
    * test functions
    * mixes of doctests and test modules
    * docstrings in models

--- Sample test run below ---

C:\dev\nosedjango\examples\project>nosetests -v --with-django --with-doctest --doctest-tests --doctest-tests

Doctest: project.zoo.models.Zoo ... ok
Doctest: project.zoo.models.Zoo.__str__ ... ok
Doctest: project.zoo.models.func ... ok
This is just a stub for a regular test method ... ok
Doctest: project.zoo.test_doctest_modules.test_docstring ... ok
Doctest: project.zoo.test_doctest_modules.test_docstring ... ok
project.zoo.test_fixtures.TestFixture1.test_count ... ok
project.zoo.test_fixtures.TestFixture2.test_count ... ok
project.zoo.test_race.TestDBRace1.test1 ... ok
project.zoo.test_race.TestDBRace2.test1 ... ok
We're customizing the ROOT_URLCONF with zoo.urls, ... ok
We're using the standard ROOT_URLCONF, so we need to ... ok
testcase1 (project.zoo.tests.TestDjango) ... ok
testcase2 (project.zoo.tests.TestDjango) ... ok

Ran 14 tests in 1.219s

Destroying test database...
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