At the time of the implementation , no one raised that use case.
Probably we can reopen the ticket and add it back.
On Saturday, October 15, 2016 at 9:32:54 AM UTC-4, Andrew Wall wrote:
> Very much appreciate the Django framework.
> I noticed in the docs
> for Django 1.11 that the *DJANGO_LIVE_TEST_SERVER_ADDRESS* environmental
> variable is slated to be removed, along with the accompanying
> python manage.py test *--liveserver* option. I'm concerned that without
> the ability to specify a remote IP address using --liveserver, it will no
> longer be possible to run functional tests using selenium against an
> external server. I learned this technique from Harry Percival's excellent
> TDD with Python (see
> where the test command is called from the local machine but you pass in the
> external IP. Will there be a different way to do this in Django 1.11?
> Perhaps the change to bind LiveserverTestCase to port zero by default can
> be made while retaining the option to pass in --liveserver? Realize the
> release is a ways away but would appreciate any help as I've come to rely
> on this method to test server deployments. Thank you!
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