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From Leo Simons <lsim...@jicarilla.org>
Subject why are we not using unittest?
Date Sun, 21 Nov 2004 21:04:59 GMT
We have our own tiny unit testing framework:

	trunk/python/gump/test/pyunit.py

Why?

I think we ought to be using the 'unittest' module that comes with 
python. That'll also enable us to use the testrunner.py I just checked 
in courtesy of the Zope project, which really is a lot nicer than what 
we have now...

I'm thinking we might modify the UnitTestSuite class we have to subclass 
TestSuite then override TestSuite.runTests to redirect to 
UnitTestSuite.performTests...

I Just don't want to break anything here...so lemme know if that would 
cause a problem!


cheers!


LSD


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