You may be able to work around this issue by preventing pytest to rewrite the assert statements by adding `--assert=plain` to the command line invocation until we have beta 3 next month.
On Tue, 31 May 2022 at 23:57, Jean Abou Samra email@example.com wrote:
Le 31/05/2022 à 15:31, Pablo Galindo Salgado a écrit :
We **strongly encourage** maintainers of third-party Python projects to **test with 3.11** during the beta phase and report issues found to [the Python bug tracker](https://github.com/python/cpython/issues) as soon as possible.
I just tried doing that on the project I help maintaining (Pygments), but it turns out that it's a bit hard, presumably for many projects too, due to
which prevents pytest from running with 3.11.0b2.
The fix for this issue is on the way (thanks!), but it has missed this release. Given pytest's popularity, this means 3.11.0b2 is sadly likely not to get as much testing exposure as wished ...
Thus I wonder, would it be reasonable to exceptionally do another release shortly after this fix lands?
PS: I tried to post this reply in Discourse, but apparently I'm not allowed to post in the category of the release announcement.