[Python-3000] fixing test_dict

Guido van Rossum guido at python.org
Wed Feb 14 18:49:27 CET 2007

Thanks! I decided to use your first approach; one can never have too
many unit tests! :-)

On 2/14/07, Eduardo EdCrypt O. Padoan <eopadoan at altavix.com> wrote:
> If someone is alread working at this, please ignore this mail: I just
> picked because it was ease enough not to do while I wait some other
> code to run at work.
> I've created two patches to p3yk. They are two alternatives to fix the
> broken test_dict.py:
> test_dict_1.patch uses the same approach as test_dictviews.py:
> transform the dict_view in a set.
> test_dict_2.patch is an alternative: I'm not sure if the .items(),
> .values() and .keys() should be covered two times (test_dict.py and
> test_dictviews.py), so this solves the problem removing this tests
> from test_dict.py.
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