Yes, all tests run by runTests.py pass, but there is also test_install.py script that checks some more functionality. I was talking about that.
----- Reply message ----- From: "Md. Golam Rashed" rashed...@gmail.com To: sfepy...@googlegroups.com Subject: some fixes for sfepy in windows Date: Wed, Aug 24, 2011 20:12 when sfepy-2011.3 came out, i tried it and there was no error running it on win 7, only 3 warnings. so which errors are you talking about?
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