[docs] [issue22153] There is no standard TestCase.runTest implementation

Robert Collins report at bugs.python.org
Wed Oct 29 01:25:21 CET 2014


Robert Collins added the comment:

Constructing test case objects directly is part of the protocol, and its needed for framework and extension authors.

I've seen folk use runTest, but rarely enough that I think we could deprecate it. My argument is that while its supported we should be clear about when it should be used, and how.

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