[issue14403] unittest module: provide inverse of "assertRaises"

Danilo Bargen report at bugs.python.org
Sun Mar 25 14:05:49 CEST 2012


Danilo Bargen <gezuru at gmail.com> added the comment:

>> I don't want to simply execute the code and hope that it doesn't raise 
>> an exception, because if it does, the test fails with an "error" status 
>> instead of a "failed" status.
> 
> So what?

A buggy test is not the same thing as a test that fails because the test result did not meet your assertions.

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