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Try eosfactory Here is a simple tutorial you can follow: https://medium.com/coinmonks/your-first-eos-dapp-using-eosfactory-aa0394df95d9


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This looks like a consequence of the incompatibility between EOSIO v.1.1.x and EOSFactory v1.1. EOSFactory v1.1 is compatible only with EOSIO v1.0.8 and v1.0.9, not higher (the assumptions made in the release notes turned out to be over-optimistic).


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With eosio.cdt, it is now possible to compile object code which can then be tested using unit tests. Check out https://eosio.github.io/eosio.cdt/1.5.0/guides/native-tester.html for a detailed guide. Below is the quoted text from the link at the time of writing this answer (in case the web page is moved or something) Native Tester/Compilation As of ...


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This seemed like an important thing to be able to answer since good automated tests are part of completing a piece of code IMHO, particularly a smart contract dealing with lots of valuable assets. Through experimenting I tried BATS which showed promise due to the lack of yet another dependency but I found it difficult to make assertions for JSON results and ...


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Found the answer. It is genesis block initialization (mostly by eosio.bios.wast).


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the problem is coming from beforeEach function => you are deploying each time a new contract and it throws, because you are creating your user only in the first test suite Solutions: Replace beforeEach with before Create a user in each of your tests


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Native tester is not available yet unless you implement intrinsics by yourself. You can find partial implementations of intrinsics from development branch named by testerXXX, (eosio.cdt/tools/tester/eosio-tester.cpp), but not recommend to use them now.


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Setting a next action value need to set the value through increment of 1 in void pointer, i.e. intrinsics::set_intrinsic<intrinsics::read_action_data>( [](void* m, uint32_t len) { check(len <= sizeof(eosio::name), "failed from read_action_data"); *((eosio::name*)m) = "action1"_n; m = (eosio::name*)m + 1; *((...


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Yes there is relation between fields and eos resources because by adding that field to your code it will take more ram,cpu and bandwith to process.,To resolve this issue stake more resources than current staked resources.


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That's a test function that helps making sure the stake2vote() works as intended. The stake2vote() function fromcontracts/eosio.system/voting.cpp is as follows: double stake2vote( int64_t staked ) { double weight = int64_t( (now() - (block_timestamp::block_timestamp_epoch / 1000)) / (seconds_per_day * 7) ) / double( 52 ); return double(staked) * std:...


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You can use timestamp to have this functionality. You can use now() this function will return you current timestamp(in seconds),you can set your own timestamp with help of this function Let say for example you want to increase timestamp by 24 hour then you can simpally do it by now() + 84600.


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Ok, found the answer: The eosiosystem::min_activated_stake (contracts/eosio.system/producer_pay.cpp) value was bigger than 150 billion.


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