[Twisted-Python] Some way for Trial to allow selective running of tests?
Steve Steiner (listsin)
listsin at integrateddevcorp.com
Thu Aug 27 17:23:52 EDT 2009
On Aug 27, 2009, at 4:00 PM, Don Dwiggins wrote:
> I've been successfully and happily using Trial for a while now for
> development of a server. I have many tests at this point; during
> development of a new feature, I'd like to have a convenient way to
> run the tests relevant to that feature.
> I'm hacking it at this point by prefixing the names of all unwanted
> tests with "foo" to keep them from being recognized. Naturally, I'd
> like a better way to do this. Any good words welcome.
I was just running into this yesterday and had actually pulled the
code for the one thing I use trial for ( the emacs line @ the top of
the file to specify unit tests) out to make a nose plug-in since nose
allows lists of tests to be put into config files.
I'd love to have another way as I will need Trial for the Twisted part
of my code later.
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