C. Titus Brown
ctb at msu.edu
Fri Apr 24 12:34:42 PDT 2009
-> The SkipTest exception is an interesting solution. It seems like it
-> would work well for tests where fixtures aren't expensive, but I've
-> found that explicitly tagging tests to be run or not works better for
-> me. The tag can be applied conditionally via a decorator when the
-> test is imported, so you still get the dynamic behavior based on
-> available resources.
In pygr, I actually raise SkipTest in the setUp function, so it doesn't
If I could use decorators I might have gone with tagging.
C. Titus Brown, ctb at msu.edu
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