[Twisted-Python] Running Twisted tests with testtools
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Fri Feb 10 03:36:22 EST 2012
|--==> On Thu, 9 Feb 2012 16:20:37 -0500, Glyph <glyph at twistedmatrix.com> said:
>>Right. At the time it was discouraging because I felt like there were
>>a hundred tests to fix one at a time, then add the deprecation warning
>>and then a year later get to my actual goal of removing the extra
>>iterates. I don't feel that way any more.
G> This is also a great exercise for a Twisted contributing beginner,
G> at least, if they have some help and guidance from a mentor
G> familiar with the issues involved. If anyone out there is on the
G> fence about getting involved with the project and looking for an
G> on-ramp that involves manageable chunks of work, test maintenance
G> fixes like these are a great place to get started.
It indeed sounds like a nice learning experience of Twisted internals,
and I presume fixing a test that relies on these reactor spins could be
If there are still hundreds of such tests this can be a long work and I
may not be able to complete it all, however if it's fine/makes sense
that I help fixing at least some of them, then I'll be glad to help.
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