Posts Tagged ‘junit’

Of course, as happens sadly often, the scope creeps.. Additional pain points Zope’s test runner runs things that are not tests, but which users want to know about – ‘layers’. At the moment these are reported as individual tests, but this is problematic in a couple of ways. Firstly, the same ‘test’ runs on multiple […]


Subunit is seven and a half years old now – Conrad Parker and I first sketched it up at a CodeCon – camping and coding, a brilliant combination – in mid 2005. revno: 1 committer: Robert Collins <robertc@robertcollins.net> timestamp: Sat 2005-08-27 15:01:20 +1000 message:  design up a protocol with kfish It has proved remarkably resilient […]


Recently I’ve been working on the Python unittest API in my spare time, with a long term goal of making it possible to safely and sensibly glue many different plugins together into the core. Two important components of that goal are being able to extend the data included in a test result, and being able […]



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