[TIP] pytest-2.0: asserts++, unittest++, reporting++, config++, docs++
phlip2005 at gmail.com
Fri Nov 26 09:41:03 PST 2010
> Well, i so far considered it a feature, not a bug :)
Thank you for not then saying it's a requirement!
> The current incarnation of assert re-interpretation involves
> a second evaluation of the assert expression and
> specifying a message avoids this.
When I use Django and something crashes in development mode, the views
return a stack trace. When you click on a line in the trace, it
expands into a quickwatch of all the variable names and values in one
Where is Python getting that from, and can't you use it?
(All of these topics go under the category "test-driven development
must be _more_ powerful than debugging, at all times, and in all
layers & situations. Anything debugging can do, TDD can do better!")
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