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src/r/a/rainbeard-HEAD/test/tagging.py   rainbeard(Download)
    def setUp(self):
 
        # Make some accounts.
        aliceuser = util.make_user('alice', 'alicepass', 'alice@example.com')
        bobuser = util.make_user('bob', 'bobpass', 'bob@example.org')
        charlieuser = util.make_user('charlie', 'charliepass',
    def setUp(self):
 
        # Make some accounts.
        self.aliceuser = util.make_user('alice', password='alicepass',
                                        email='alice@example.com')
        self.bobuser = util.make_user('bob', password='bobpass',

src/r/a/rainbeard-HEAD/test/query.py   rainbeard(Download)
    def setUp(self):
 
        # Create two basic user accounts with email addresses.
        self.alice = util.make_user('alice')
        self.bob = util.make_user('bob')
    def setUp(self):
 
        # Create two basic user accounts.
        self.alice = util.make_user('alice', password='alicepass')
        self.bob = util.make_user('bob', email='bob@example.org')

src/r/a/rainbeard-HEAD/test/markup.py   rainbeard(Download)
    def setUp(self):
 
        # Give us a logged in client.
        user = util.make_user('bob')
        self.c = Client()
    def test_query_page(self):
        util.make_user('charlie')
        querystring = '/query?handle=charlie@example.com&service=email'
        response = self.c.get(querystring)
        self.assertEqual(response.templates[0].name,

src/r/a/rainbeard-HEAD/test/account.py   rainbeard(Download)
    def setUp(self):
 
        # Create some accounts.
        account.register_user('alice', 'alicepass', 'alice@example.com', False)
        util.make_user('bob')  # make_user activates the user too