[pypy-issue] [issue1187] call to isinstance(...) in __sub__(self, other) in lib_pypy/datetime.py draws error in test

David Ripton tracker at bugs.pypy.org
Wed Jun 20 16:45:01 CEST 2012

David Ripton <d+pypy at ripton.net> added the comment:

I could not reproduce this bug.  Ubuntu on amd64.

I used pip to install celery, nosetests, mock, pyopenssl, and cl inside my
(post-1.9) pypy checkout.  Then I did cd ~/hg/pypy/site-packages/celery/tests;
~/hg/pypy/bin/nosetests -v .   Got "Ran 876 tests in 27.265s OK (SKIP=54)"  (The
skips were due to missing Tokyo Tyrant, missing redis, and tests that are
deliberately skipped under PyPy, indicating that the maintainers have tried
celery under PyPy before.)

I don't see anything in lib-pypy/datetime.py that would cause the problem you
saw, of datetime not being a class.

nosy: +dripton
priority: performance bug -> bug
status: chatting -> invalid

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