On Tue, Mar 13, 2018 at 7:49 AM Ringo De Smet <ringo.de.s...@ontoforce.com>

> Bruno,
> On Tue, Mar 13, 2018 at 11:32 AM, Bruno Oliveira <nicodde...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> But looking at your original error more closely:
>> ```
>> spec/action_base_spec.py:20: in <module>
>>     with description('ActionBase') as self:
>> E   AttributeError: __enter__
>> ```
>> It is not clear to me why this is breaking because of the python plugin;
>> can you share `action_base_spec.py` and your plugin code?
> Not for the moment. I have a request pending with the management team if
> it is OK for them to release this plugin as OpenSource.
> I understand why it fails though. When you try to run this as a regular
> pytest/unittest, the `with` block is being interpreted. A with block
> requires an __enter__ and __exit__ definition. Disabling the python plugin
> prevents this interpretation.

Hmm but that's how Python (the language, not the plugin) interprets `with`
blocks, it is not clear why the internal plugin would have anything to do
with that. Well, it is hard to tell without looking at the code.

Sorry I be of more help.

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