[TIP] paramterized or generative tests [was nose2: the nosening]
fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Thu Aug 5 18:31:11 PDT 2010
On 06/08/2010 02:23, Jesse Noller wrote:
> ps: If nose2/unittest2 could find it in it's shiny new innocent heart
> to say, have support for test generators; I'd die happy.
Well there's another discussion :-)
It would be very simple to support parameterized tests (of some form),
where the number of tests can be known at test load time. Supporting
generative tests - where the tests are generated at *test run time* is
Would parameterized tests, where the tests are all generated at test
load time, suffice or do you have a use case for generative tests where
the tests have to be generated whilst the tests are running and not when
the tests are loaded?
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