// todo tbr
In many cases you will find yourself in the position that you need a request in your unittests. A wise programmer will of course try to avoid looping the request object through all services - but from time to time you just end up with a well written method which takes the request as a parameter.
For these cases the toolbox provides a handy mixin, from which you can easily derive your test class. Then you will be
able to use a method called
get_request(user=None). If you specify a user, he/she will be the request user.
from django.test import TestCase from ai_django_core.tests.mixins import RequestProviderMixin class MyAwesomeTest(RequestProviderMixin, TestCase): def test_something_with_a_request_without_a_user(self): request = self.get_request(None) ... def test_something_with_a_request_having_a_user(self): ... request = self.get_request(user=my_user) ...