[Python-3000] doctests vs. unittests (was Re: pimp; restructuring the standard library)
santagada at gmail.com
Fri Jun 29 19:03:19 CEST 2007
Em 29/06/2007, às 11:49, Guido van Rossum escreveu:
> If I have any say in it, unittest isn't going away (unless replaced by
> something very similar, and doctest ain't it). Religion is all fine
> and well, as long as there's room for other views. I personally find
> using unit tests a lot easier than using doctest, for many of the
> things I tend to do (and most of my co-workers at Google see it that
> way, too).
py.test is similar enough to replace unittest?
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