[pypy-dev] py.test bisection algorithm
ondrej at certik.cz
Fri Oct 19 09:55:51 CEST 2007
On 10/19/07, Maciek Fijalkowski <fijal at genesilico.pl> wrote:
> Ondrej Certik wrote:
> >> Ok, I'll take a look. Would be cool to have nice and working debian
> >> package, but indeed we're not good in packaging. Also, we would like to
> >> do 1.0 release at some point. The main blocker is some refactorings
> >> to-be-done (some internal unification) and eventually unittest support
> >> and/or cross-platform testing (like -d, but run every test per every
> >> platform).
> > Guilherme wrote me that he orphaned the package, which means I can
> > adopt it. So I'll try the svn and see if what works and what doesn't
> > and then either I can package the svn version in Debian, or
> > (preferably) you make a new release and I'll package that.
> > Ondrej
> > :.
> Not sure what is in the package, but the last release is 0.9 (I think
> package is like 0.7). Which means most of the stuff should work. I would
> not like to have svn package, we can always do 0.9.1 if you find nice
> stuff which works in svn, but doesn't in 0.9.
Yes, that's the ideal solution.
> But having 0.9 is still an
> improvement :-) Also we need to wait for holger to come back (should be
There is 0.9 in Debian, but as I wrote for example the "py.test -w"
$ wajig show python-codespeak-lib
Maintainer: Guilherme Salgado <salgado at async.com.br>
Replaces: python-pylib, python2.3-codespeak-lib, python2.4-codespeak-lib
Provides: python2.4-codespeak-lib, python2.5-codespeak-lib
Depends: python-central (>= 0.5.8), python (<< 2.6), python (>= 2.4),
libc6 (>= 2.6.1-1)
Recommends: python-tkinter, python-docutils
Suggests: screen, rsync, graphviz, tetex-bin, gs-gpl | gs-esp, ps2eps,
Conflicts: python-pylib, python2.3-codespeak-lib, python2.4-codespeak-lib
Description: The pylib library containing py.test, greenlets and other niceties
It includes py.test, whose focus is to get a test environment that's easier
to use than the existing ones, py.xml ("a fast'n'easy way to generate
xml/html documents"), py.magic.greenlet ("Lightweight in-process concurrent
programming") and many more features.
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