Adding more warnings
Frithiof Andreas Jensen
frithiof.jensen at diespammerdie.jensen.tdcadsl.dk
Fri Feb 22 13:56:52 CET 2008
"Thomas Dybdahl Ahle" <lobais at gmail.com> skrev i en meddelelse
news:mailman.1001.1203497818.9267.python-list at python.org...
> Is it possible to make python warn me about those at "compile time"?
No. The compiler only "knows" about it once the broken code is run. I use
the standard module "unittest" to run through every single bit of Python
code I write.
Maybe silly, but ... I think it saves me time in the end and forces me to
think more about my interfaces because one of the early symptoms of stupid
design is that the test code is a real pain to write. At least Python
applications tend to be compact compared with C++/Java.
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