[TIP] Friendly py.test intro
tkvnj at rediffmail.com
Sun Jan 6 23:37:02 PST 2008
HAPPY NEW YEAR - 2008
I want to know, learn and work with Load Runner. But i didn't find any good meterial anywhere. From where i can get it?
On Mon, 07 Jan 2008 Titus Brown wrote :
>On Sun, Jan 06, 2008 at 05:41:23PM +0100, holger krekel wrote:
>-> > http://teckla.idyll.org/~t/transfer/py.test.html
>-> > It's a simple introduction to py.test.
>-> many thanks, it's accurate and useful, i think!
>-> I wonder if novanasa is aware that py.test provides
>-> checking of RST syntax and links?
>-> This is how it works: if you drop
>-> into a directory py.test will run RST related checks
>-> on text files, i.e. files matching "*.txt".
>-> You may modify the conftest.py to look for "*.rst" files
>-> instead, of course. The conftest also adds some interesting
>-> command line options (issue "py.test -h" while being in the directory).
>Cool, thanks, I'll forward this on to him.
>-> > Does anyone have any ideas on where to host it?
>-> We could place a link from the main page to
>-> the tutorial or we could probably also put
>-> it somewhere on codespeak.
>Well, right now it's in an unstable location. If the py.test people are
>willing to "maintain" it (perhaps clean it up & otherwise take
>responsibility) I think codespeak is a good place; otherwise I can put
>it up on my own site, with the caveat that I don't actually use py.test.
>Up to you guys!
>Note that it must be released under an open content license, so there
>are lots of legit options.
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