Using assertIsNotNone() instead of assertIsNot(None)

Following OpenStack Style Guidelines[1]:
[H203] Unit test assertions tend to give better messages for more
specific assertions. As a result, assertIsNotNone(...) is preferred
over assertNotEqual(None, ...) and assertIsNot(None, ...)

[1]http://docs.openstack.org/developer/hacking/#unit-tests-and-assertraises

Change-Id: Ie421629e0c78516595086510ba74130bfe6d1086
changes/02/376102/1
Cao Xuan Hoang 6 years ago
parent adc05d8415
commit 7bc114bfe5
  1. 2
      heat/tests/convergence/scenarios/update_remove_rollback.py
  2. 2
      heat/tests/convergence/scenarios/update_replace.py
  3. 2
      heat/tests/convergence/scenarios/update_user_replace.py

@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ def store_b_uuid():
def check_b_not_replaced():
test.assertEqual(b_uuid,
next(iter(reality.resources_by_logical_name('B'))).uuid)
test.assertIsNot(b_uuid, None)
test.assertIsNotNone(b_uuid)
example_template = Template({
'A': RsrcDef({}, []),

@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ def store_c_uuid():
def check_c_replaced():
test.assertNotEqual(c_uuid,
next(iter(reality.resources_by_logical_name('C'))).uuid)
test.assertIsNot(c_uuid, None)
test.assertIsNotNone(c_uuid)
example_template = Template({

@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ def store_c_uuid():
def check_c_replaced():
test.assertNotEqual(c_uuid,
next(iter(reality.resources_by_logical_name('newC'))).uuid)
test.assertIsNot(c_uuid, None)
test.assertIsNotNone(c_uuid)
example_template = Template({

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