[Python-ideas] PyUnit

J. Pablo Fernández pupeno at gmail.com
Wed Jun 18 16:49:54 CEST 2008


I've made some improvements to PyUnit which adds the concept of
skipped test (when, for instance, the setUp fails), and some other
stuff. This changes are test-code-wise backward compatible, in the
sense that old tests will just work. But since the output of running
the tests is different, tools using that output, at any level (reading
the text, or running the tests programatically) will fail. I think it
would be possible to have a switch somewhere to even then make them
backward compatible.

Are there any chances of getting this code in Python 3k? I'd need to
work on it, polish it, write more tests for it, etc, so I'd like to
know if it'd be welcome or not before investing the time.

Thank you.
J. Pablo Fernández <pupeno at pupeno.com> (http://pupeno.com)
    Temporarily using pupeno at gmail.com.

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