byte8bits at gmail.com
Thu Oct 4 21:02:32 CEST 2007
Does anyone else feel that unittesting is too much work? Not in general,
just the official unittest module for small to medium sized projects?
It seems easier to write some quick methods that are used when needed
rather than building a program with integrated unittesting. I see the
value of it (the official unittest that is)... especially when there's a
lot of source code. But this...
if len(x) != y:
is a hell of a lot easier and quicker that subclassing unittest.TestCase
on small projects :)
Do others do their own "informal" unit testing?
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