[TIP] Disable keyboard shortcuts in html coverage reports?

Ned Batchelder ned at nedbatchelder.com
Tue Mar 4 06:32:08 PST 2014

On 3/3/14 2:33 PM, Thomi Richards wrote:
> Hi,
> On Tue, Mar 4, 2014 at 12:38 AM, Ned Batchelder <ned at nedbatchelder.com 
> <mailto:ned at nedbatchelder.com>> wrote:
>     Actually, as you know, I was in favor of having my own copy of
>     these tiny jQuery libraries that I needed to make coverage.py
>     work. You were in favor of applying the Debian philosophy of
>     making everything a separate library, no matter how finely sliced.
>      The theory was that I could automatically get fixes.  Now I've
>     automatically gotten bugs.  I had a package that worked.  Debian
>     has a package that does not.  Now I have to chase down the author?  :(
>     Who made the decision to upgrade the package in Debian?
> The pypi version is broken as well! I realise I should have made that 
> more explicit in my last email - sorry about that.
> The gist I linked to earlier creates a virtualenv and grabs two 
> versions from pypi: one that works, one that does not. The 
> conversation about bundling js files (or not) is a good one to have, 
> but the bug is present in the 'upstream' version on pypi as well.
I'm trying to understand what has changed to make the behavior change.  
Something in Trusty?  Does anyone else have Trusty installed that can 
test the behavior?


> Cheers,
> -- 
> Thomi Richards
> thomi.richards at canonical.com <mailto:thomi.richards at canonical.com>

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