[TIP] On the subject of using twill nowadays for in-process testing
C. Titus Brown
ctb at msu.edu
Wed Oct 10 14:49:08 PDT 2012
All I can say is that neither twill nor mechanize have received any recent
updates. But then again, HTTP hasn't changed much, either...
On Tue, Oct 09, 2012 at 10:32:41PM -0500, Olemis Lang wrote:
> I've been using twill since some time ago and the successive
> wsgi_intercept incarnations . I like the work made by Titus , Grig ,
> ... et al. ...
> Besides Trac uses twill for functional testing , and Apache?
> Bloodhound _ is a derivative of Trac .
> ... so we were discussing yesterday what shall we use to write
> functional tests for Bloodhound , and noticed that ( apparently? )
> twill has not been updated since 2007 . So I wonder whether it's
> recommended to use it nowadays , and maybe if there's something (
> better | different and worth to try | faster | actively maintained |
> ... ) .
> Thanks in advance for your help .
> PS: The ?I like it? statement above might induce you to think this is
> a rhetoric question but I ask mainly because I've been unplugged off
> the list since some time ago , so I might be missing something that is
> obvious for you . So I forward the question to you looking for
> expert's opinions
> ..  Apache? Bloodhound
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