On Thu, May 15, 2008 at 01:43:05PM +0200, Wichert Akkerman wrote:
> Previously Tarek Ziadé wrote:
> > I am comparing nose, py.test and zope.testing, and I realized
> > zope.testing does not install a console script at
> > Python level.
> > it is not really a problem when working with a buildout-centric
> > approach (thanks to zc.recipe.testrunner),
> > but how can zope.testing be used with plain Python package ?
> > Is there any installer available, that would allow running
> > zope.testing from the shell ?
> > To advocate zope.testing, I need to be able to demonstrate it can be
> > used like the other tools available out there :D
> Is there a reason to advocate zope.testing over the others? Would it
> perhaps make more sense to use one of the more widely used tools instead
> of maintaing our own testing toolkit?
For one: the others don't have layers.
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