Henry Robinson updated ZOOKEEPER-395:
This patch adds the beginnings of a testing infrastructure - the module is now
built and tested via ant. Updated instructions are in the README. Thanks
Mahadev for the useful feedback, most of which I've reflected in the README.
I have gone for a simple shell script at this point, but I reckon in the future
we should move to either nose or pyant to run the tests.
The testing harness starts by starting a local server as in the rest module -
thanks Patrick for pointing me at this.
Both the server script and the test script (zkServer.sh and run_tests.sh in
zkpython/src/test) need their executable bits set which is not preserved by
this patch. Until they are chmodded, ant will not be able to run the tests
> Python bindings
> Key: ZOOKEEPER-395
> URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ZOOKEEPER-395
> Project: Zookeeper
> Issue Type: New Feature
> Affects Versions: 3.2.0
> Reporter: Henry Robinson
> Assignee: Henry Robinson
> Attachments: ZOOKEEPER-395.patch, ZOOKEEPER-395.patch,
> ZooKeeper doesn't have Python bindings. Having them would be useful, and
> would complement the extant Perl bindings.
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