[TIP] State of nose?
kumar.mcmillan at gmail.com
Tue Jul 19 15:06:30 PDT 2011
In addition to what Jason said, Nose has seen an increase in
participation on the nose-dev list --
http://groups.google.com/group/nose-dev -- so I'd say momentum for
project maintenance is picking up. The amount of patches we get is
still more than we maintainers can handle but we are chipping away at
them slowly. If anyone listening in wants to help integrate all the
awesome work from the Nose community then don't hesitate to get
involved on the dev list.
On Mon, Jul 18, 2011 at 6:10 PM, jason pellerin <jpellerin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Good questions! In general, with 2 small children at home and a
> much-reduced ability to work on oss projects during business hours, I
> don't have time to do much beyond cheerlead for nose and (in theory)
> coordinate patches and releases for nose2.
> Kumar McMillan is holding the pumpkin for the 1.1 release of nose,
> which is expected to be done as soon as we can work out some
> multiprocessing and build-related bugs.
> Beyond that, my plan has been to move on to a BSD-licensed nose2
> package based on the unittest2 plugins branch. You can see the work
> that I've done on that so far here:
> But the plugins branch of unittest2 (at least where I have been
> pulling from, http://hg.python.org/unittest2/) hasn't been updated in
> a while and I don't know what the state or plans are for that, so I'm
> not sure exactly what's going to happen with nose2. Last I recall,
> Michael was working on a major refactoring of how hooks work, and I've
> been waiting for that to land to do any more work on nose2.
> On Mon, Jul 18, 2011 at 6:40 PM, Victoria G. Laidler <laidler at stsci.edu> wrote:
>> Hi gang,
>> What's the current status/plans for nose? I seem to remember discussions
>> from Pycon 2010 that Jason(?) didn't feel he had time to continue support,
>> and then there were some discussions for a successor package supported by
>> the community.... so where do we stand with all that?
>> Vicki Laidler
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