[IronPython] Unittest Module Unavailable in V2.7a1

Jones, Larry Larry.Jones at aspentech.com
Mon Aug 30 15:38:32 CEST 2010

My team is currently using VS2010 for work. I want to demonstrate that
using IronPython as our "unit testing language" can be more productive
than using either NUnit or Microsoft Test.


In order to integrate with VS2010, I believe I must use IronPython
2.7a1. I believe this is the only release that includes the IronPython
Tools. However, IronPython 2.7a1 fails when executing 'import unittest'.
I've submitted a work item, 28709, to the IronPython issue tracker;
however, I'm wondering if another work around exists then writing code
in 2.6.1 - which will execute outside VS2010 - but cannot be executed
from within Visual Studio (it invoke IronPython 2.7a1).




Have a great day!


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