On 2018-08-31 10:31, Victor Stinner wrote:
> I don't wante to write unit tests with Cython, cffi or anything else,
> because I really need very thin control on everything.
You don't need "very thin control on *everything*". You need very thin
control on specific parts of the testsuite. And that's the nice thing
about Cython: you can easily shift the amount of control that you take.
You can write the usual unittest classes and test_FOO methods where you
don't care much about control but write fine-tuned C code (either using
Cython syntax or C syntax) where you do want control.
Of course you may have other reasons to not want Cython...