marius at gedmin.as
Tue Jul 14 14:40:40 PDT 2009
On Tue, Jul 14, 2009 at 03:28:33PM +0200, Samuele Pedroni wrote:
> jskit contains infrastructure and in particular a py.test plugin to
> plugin requires py.test 1.0
unit tests with real browser DOM implementations, integrated with your
main test suite. Unfortunately I couldn't use it on my project because
we don't use py.test.
As a result, I've an independent reimplementation that doesn't require
py.test. It is less powerful (e.g. no arbitrary severs-side Python code
integration via WSGI) and somewhat hacky (spawns a thread with a trivial
HTTP server implemented on top of Python's SimpleHTTPServer). I use it
with zope.testing but it should work with any unittest-compatible
I'd be happy to open-source it with the same MIT licence if there's
interest (and if I can come up with a name).
Similarly, many of us don't care for slacker email correspondence where all the
words are in lower case. Frankly, if you're going to bother to write to me, the
least you can do is use your shift key to capitalise letters now and again YOU
BORDERLINE ILLITERATE SLOB.
-- Stuart Jeffries
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