[TIP] Invoking tests

Michael Foord fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Wed Jul 28 05:39:06 PDT 2010

On 28/07/2010 13:29, Eric somebody-or-other wrote:
>> merwork (Eric somebody-or-other) has provided me with a pure distutils
>> test command which I may go with instead whilst waiting for distutils2.
> FTR, my name and nickname are in the headers of this email. No extra “r”
> in the nick and an accent in the name if you please :)

Sorry. :-(

(Although having them in the headers of the email is pointless if you 
want people to *see* them ;-)

> A note about this test command: It is not as generic as the real
> distutils2 test command which is worked on by Konrad, just a bare-bones
> distutils1 command so that unittest2 can run its own tests without
> depending on setuptools or distutils2.
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