Unit Testing

“A true professional does not waste the time and money of other people by handing over software that is not reasonably free of obvious bugs; that has not undergone minimal unit testing; that does not meet the specifications and requirements; that is gold-plated with unnecessary features; or that looks like junk.” – Daniel Read

ChatterBot tests

ChatterBot’s built in tests can be run using nose. See the nose documentation for more information.

nosetests

Note that nose also allows you to specify individual test cases to run. For example, the following command will run all tests in the test-module tests/logic_adapter_tests

nosetests tests/logic_adapter_tests

Django integration tests

Tests for Django integration have been included in the tests_django directory and can be run with:

python runtests.py

Django example app tests

Tests for the example Django app can be run with the following command from within the examples/django_app directory.

python manage.py test

Benchmark tests

You can run a series of benchmark tests that test a variety of different chat bot configurations for performance by running the following command.

python tests/benchmarks.py

Makefile Utility

Makefiles are a simple way to perform code compilation on Linux platforms.

We often forgot to build docs, run nosetes or Django tests whenever we make any change in existing files, and when we create a pull request for the same,it fails the build giving the explanation : Some checks were not successful

To avoid all your problems with the Travis CI, use the MAKEFILE. It will help you with the code to avoid problems, failing the build by Travis CI.

To see the list of avaliable commands with MAKEFILE:

make help

To run all tests:

make all

To clean your workspace with un-versioned files

make clean