[TIP] suitability of unittest.py for large-scale tests
fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Tue Apr 7 11:42:05 PDT 2009
Doug Philips wrote:
> On or about Tuesday, April 07, 2009, at 11:11AM, Laura Creighton indited:
>> for the message, but, goodness but haven't we been doing a lot of talking
>> over the last 3 days. :)
> I'm currently at the need to scratch an itch soon phase, and #pycon gave me a huge boost of energy.
> I am having trouble keeping some of the test loading conversations straight there is a lot of activity!
>> It's been very interesting finding out what is important in environments
>> that are very different from the one that you are doing. Thank you.
> I feel a little bit out of place here, because we're using unittest above and beyound. The cool thing is that we didn't have to make many changes for it to become a really useful device testing infrastructure (not complete, but useful).
I see unittest in the same way - as a great foundation for building
custom testing frameworks on top of.
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