[pypy-dev] How pypy & all Python implentations test for 'correctness'? Are there standard unit tests somewhere?

Christian Seberino seberino at spawar.navy.mil
Fri Dec 9 02:33:26 CET 2005


I'm curious how the various python implementations like JPython,
IronPython, Pypy, ??? can VERIFY they are not deviating from
'correctness' (whatever that means).

Is there a set of unit tests somewhere?

Is that the best way to approach the problem?

Chris


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