Mamba bundles with two formatters.
This is the default formatter. It displays a point for every example executed:
- Green point: It means that example has passed
- Yellow point: It means that example has been skipped
- Red point: It means that example has failed
This is an extra formatter that allows you to read in a tree way. It uses same color scheme than previous formatter.
Is useful when you have a few tests and want to check that examples are written in human language.
For enabling it:
$ pipenv run mamba --format=documentation
Mamba supports third party formatters. Imagine there is a new IDE or some specific needs for your Continuous Integration tool, so:
$ pipenv run mamba --format=wondertech.MyCustomFormatter
And mamba tries to instantiate the wondertech.MyCustomFormatter class. But there are 2 conditions that should be met:
- A settings object is passed to object constuctor
- Inherit from mamba.formatter.Formatter for overriding methods