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class TestHolder: (source)
Placeholder for a
TestCase inside a reporter. As far as a
TestResult is concerned, this looks exactly like a unit test.
||Run the test. Should always do exactly the same thing as run().|
||Return the number of tests in this test case. Usually 1.|
||Return a unique identifier for the test, usually the fully-qualified Python name.|
||This test is just a placeholder. Run the test successfully.|
||Return a short description of the test.|
||The exception class that is raised by failed assertions|
Run the test. Should always do exactly the same thing as run().
|description||A string to be displayed |
Return the number of tests in this test case. Usually 1.
Return a unique identifier for the test, usually the fully-qualified Python name.
This test is just a placeholder. Run the test successfully.
|result:||The TestResult to store the results in.|
Return a short description of the test.
The exception class that is raised by failed assertions