This is an attempt to make Python testing more readable while maintaining a Pythonic look and feel. As powerful and useful as the `unittest`_ module is, I've always disliked the Java-esque naming convention amongst other things. While truly awesome, attempts to bring BDD to Python never feel *Pythonic*. Most of the frameworks that I have seen rely on duplicated information between the specification and the test cases. My belief is that we need something closer to what `RSpec`_ offers but one that feels like Python. .. _unittest: http://docs.python.org/2/library/unittest.html .. _RSpec: http://rspec.info/
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