TestFixtures 2.0.0 Released!
chris at simplistix.co.uk
Fri Sep 23 09:46:41 CEST 2011
I'm happy to announce a new release major release of TestFixtures.
This release is 99% backwards compatible, but a lot has changed under
the hood and there's some major new functionality, so thought it was
time for a bump.
The big changes are:
- compare now uses a registry of comparers in the same way that
unitest2's assertEquals does. You can register your own globally,
register the default comparers for your own types and use a specific
registry for a specific call to compare.
- The handling of timezones has been reworked in `test_datetime` again.
(did anyone ever mention that timezones are hard ;-) )
It feels more intuitive now, but it is backwards incompatible in
the case where the `tzinfo` parameter to the `test_datetime`
constructor was used.
For details, read:
The full list of changes can be found here:
The package is on PyPI and a full list of all the links to docs, issue
trackers and the like can be found here:
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