lac at strakt.com
Sun Sep 26 10:28:22 CEST 2004
In a message of Sun, 26 Sep 2004 09:50:05 +0200, holger krekel writes:
>[Laura Creighton Sun, Sep 26, 2004 at 07:59:20AM +0200]
>> I wonder how hard that would be to integrate with our unittest framewor
>Look into the source and tell us :-)
Ok, will do.
>Judging from looking at 'trac' which is also hosted at edgewell i guess
>it shouldn't be hard.
>Btw, the 'std' stuff [*] i showed at EuroPython which contains
>the unittest framework is soon to be renamed/refactored to the
>root name 'py' and the testing part will be 'py.test'. When
>i'll get to the point of integrating all this into pypy then
>i'll ask you for help with the nice renaming tool you have
Ooops, I just said the wrong thing to Ian Bicking, then ...
What is the time frame for that? next week?
Maybe we should hack on it when I am in Berlin?
>And while we are at it, does anyone have real experience with
>"bicycle repair man"? I would like to try it for a
>renaming/refactoring session and am interested in any
>experiences. A refactoring tool supporting refactoring/renaming
>would probably be of help to PyPy.
Shae Errison, whom I have cc'd this reply to knows about this and has real
experience. I got it up and running, played with it for 2 hours, thought
'this was neat' and then never did anything more ....
>pypy-dev at codespeak.net
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