Tiny problem is that the doctests seem to have the attributes in
lxml-sane order. That means just by removing lxml output-sanitization
even zpt output does not match the doctest.
Also, lxml is used to do some xpath queries.
Saturday, May 23, 2009, 10:23:16 AM, you wrote:
MB> 2009/5/23 Adam GROSZER <agros...@gmail.com>:
>> The problem that I see here with lxml is that it is used for output
>> checking. Even worse z3c.form requires at least 2.1.1 of lxml, where KGS
>> 3.4 has lxml nailed at 1.3.6.
MB> It might be possible to shed this testing dependency; ``lxml`` is used
MB> because of its doctest-mode, but since then, Chameleon has been
MB> equipped to render attributes in the ZPT order (instead of more or
MB> less random). This was the raison d'etre to use lxml in tests.
>> This burpes already on buildout.
>> Now even if I would ignore this requirement for testing, (and testing)
>> how could I be sure that tests pass (with KGS 3.4)?
MB> Yes, I agree with that observation.
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