On Mon, Feb 27, 2012 at 1:22 PM, Ethan Furman <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> I should probably correct myself. It is suiltable, just not
>> enjoyable. But now I know you are someone who likes all that arcana
>> of unittest module.
> I'm not sure about *that* -- having to exactly reproduce the output of the
> interpreter seems kind of arcane to me. ;)
Well, you're an interesting test case for a theory -- some people shouldn't be coding in python...
Python, as I see, is "the coder's language". It's meant for a programmers who want to write code for the sake of their art -- coding for him/herself firstly (and their community) and secondly for "industrial productions" -- shops that just churn out working apps without a consideration for the art.
In the latter case, tests won't be for future coders in your community, but for maintaining "la machine" -- the simple, logical machine in your code.
This, to me, is the primary split between those of us who still have high hopes for a true Python3000 (now evolved into python4000 because of release v3) and the rest....
Accurate in your case?