Hypothesis is a python property based testing framework inspired by quickcheck.

My goal was to get familiar with the docs and eventually apply the knowledge to the testing of SES products.

HYPOTHESIS HOMEPAGE

http://hypothesis.works/

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python testing fuzzying quickcheck

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Hack Week 14

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  • about 3 years ago: dwaas added keyword "quickcheck" to hacking with hypothesis.
  • about 3 years ago: dwaas added keyword "fuzzying" to hacking with hypothesis.
  • about 3 years ago: dwaas added keyword "testing" to hacking with hypothesis.
  • about 3 years ago: dwaas added keyword "python" to hacking with hypothesis.
  • about 3 years ago: dwaas started hacking with hypothesis.
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    • dwaas
      about 3 years ago by dwaas | Reply

      At the end of the week I played mostly with the Stateful Testing tools. Tried to apply it to the tests of the rbd module in SES but didn't finish due to time limitations and shallow python knowledge.

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