[Twisted-Python] twisted.news cleanups and tests
peter at engcorp.com
Sun Apr 13 21:59:30 EDT 2003
Jp Calderone wrote:
> In the test cases, you also used assert_() (but just once, I assume it
> was an oversight), which shouldn't be access directly by tests cases, so I
> changed this to a failUnless().
Jp, I realize Twisted unittest is either slightly older than the standard,
or perhaps slightly evolved from it, but I'm not sure why you think
assert_() shouldn't be used directly by TestCases. According at least to
http://www.python.org/doc/current/lib/testcase-objects.html it's merely
a synonym for failUnless(), as all the other assertXxxx() variants are
synonyms of their respective failXxxxx() methods. I think it is intended
to be a perfectly valid exposed method.
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