[Python.NET] Using Python to test .NET application

Brian Lloyd Brian.Lloyd at revolution.com
Thu Jun 1 22:12:34 CEST 2006


Hi Radhika,

The Python for .NET unit test suite (in src/tests of the distro) 
are probably a pretty good example of what you want to do. 

-Brian

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> Hi,
> 
> I am new to Python and am contemplating of using it to Unit 
> Test the .NET application written in VC++. I know there is 
> documentation of using the Python Unit Testing Framework. Is 
> there anything else (a book or a
> website) that'd be helpful in walking me through the steps of 
> being able to Unit Test the various VC++ classes and their 
> behavior using Python ?
> I mean - what is the best way for me to learn how to go about 
> writing a Python program to write Unit Test cases ? 
> Appreciate any info I can get.
> 
> Thanks
> 
> --Radhika
> 
> Radhika Srivatsa
> UMS Software Development
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