I just downloaded pyCharm v1.5.4, I went to this Jetbrains video - http://tv.jetbrains.net/videocontent/getting-started-with-pycharm
This has you start by creating a project, and writing a test... pretty straight forward. However, even though my code mimics what's on the screen, I keep getting "no tests were found"
Here's the code:
from unittest import TestCase
def get_talk_at(self, time):
c = Conference()
In the video he runs this with CTRL-SHFT-F10 (doesn't work on mine but I'd imagine that's just because which keyboard I chose) but if I go right-click the folder and select "Run Unittests in '...'" it runs, just nothing is found.
On a side note, Is there a explicit declaration I can make on a test that says "hey this is a test", kinda like NUnits [TestFixture] or [Test]? How does pycharm/python determine what methods are tests?