You are talking about the Zope core unit tests, aren't you? Can you be
equally sure you do not break third party tests people wrote for their own
products and packages? Please keep in mind that ZC is not the only one
using the Testing package to write their unit tests.
I am wondering why such a change would be necessary at all. If it is just
"for the heck of it" I politely ask to reconsider that decision. ;-)
On Wed, 11 Sep 2002, Shane Hathaway wrote:
> Stefan H. Holek wrote:
> > You need Data.fs.in to run unit tests. The Testing package does not work
> > without it. See lib/python/Testing/custom_zodb.py.
> FWIW, I'm looking into removing that requirement. With a tweaked
> custom_zodb.py and minor changes to the sessioning machinery, all but
> three tests pass. (And if I recall correctly, the failing tests are ZEO
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