[TIP] Where to put unit tests? (What to name subdirectory?)
peke at iki.fi
Sat Nov 15 11:37:49 PST 2008
2008/11/12 Grig Gheorghiu <gheorghe_gheorghiu at yahoo.com>:
> Then why not create sub-directories of 'tests' called unit, integration, acceptance, etc.
> You can have nose or py.test discover those directories too with some configuration-fu.
I used to do this. Nowadays I prefer having utest and atest
directories for unit and acceptance tests, respectively, directly on
the root next to src, doc, etc. Flat is better than nested and all
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