[TIP] deathmatch LT (was: Test discovery for unittest )

Robert Collins robertc at robertcollins.net
Tue Apr 7 21:39:51 PDT 2009

On Wed, 2009-04-08 at 06:36 +0200, Laura Creighton wrote:
> >On or about 2009 Apr 7, at 10:50 PM, C. Titus Brown indited:
> >> This tendency of each project to (re)invent useful, interesting, and
> >> proven little tidbits of functionality and then HIDE them in
> >> impenetrable layers of Python code is starting to get on my nerves ;)
> >
> >Just to be clear, it is not the functionality that wears upon the  
> >nerves, but the packaging?
> >
> >
> >> Maybe this would be a good topic for next year's TIP BoF: "How our own
> >> little corner of the Python world has warped and twisted the standard
> >> Python unittest/doctest/etc. framework to fit our needs".  Format:
> >> deathmatch lightning talks...
> We could have one of those at EuroPython.  I wonder how many people on 
> this list are coming to EP?

I am hoping too; do you think a talk about in this area would be

I am just full of crotchet about the uninteroperable not-quite-unittest
things out there ;)

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