[python-uk] Unit Testing Framework
phil.hornby at accutest.co.uk
Tue Mar 23 11:52:48 EST 2004
PyUnit is now a part of the standard python distribution as far as I am
aware - as such it is the preferred unit testing framework...
I keep meaning to get around to using it...
Phil Hornby MEng MIEE
Team Leader - Product Research
mailto:phil.hornby at accutest.co.uk
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> [mailto:python-uk-bounces+phil.hornby=accutest.co.uk at python.org] On Behalf
> Of Francis Moore
> Sent: 23 March 2004 16:49
> To: UK Python Users
> Subject: [python-uk] Unit Testing Framework
> Can anyone recommend a unit testing framework that they use?
> I found PyUnit on sourceforge (http://pyunit.sourceforge.net/) but
> it doesn't seem to have been updated in a long time (Latest release:
> 1.4.1, 10th August 2001).
> Is it still current and standard?
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