doctest, unittest, or if __name__='__main__'
fredrik at pythonware.com
Wed Mar 22 08:21:17 CET 2006
Tim Peters wrote:
> Equally true of #1, if you write doctest files separate from your
newer versions of doctest have more extensive support for this, but the old
trick of using doctest to test your *test programs* work remarkably well.
> In fact, it's standard practice there to write "tutorial doctest" files for a
> new feature before writing code to implement it.
another good practice is to add regression doctests for each verified bug,
*before* attempting to fix it.
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