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Jonathan Lange wrote:
> On Sun, Jul 18, 2010 at 5:56 PM, Hanno Schlichting <ha...@hannosch.eu> wrote:
>> On Sun, Jul 18, 2010 at 5:50 PM, Jonathan Lange <j...@mumak.net> wrote:
>>> When running zope.testing's tests on my laptop, I get many failures.
>>> I've run the tests plenty of times before and haven't got these
>>> failures. Am a bit mystified, so I'd appreciate any help.
>> Looks like the tests assume to be run under the zope.testing.testrunner:
>> - runTest (zope.testing.testrunner.runner.SetUpLayerFailure)
>> ? --------
>> + runTest (zope.testrunner.runner.SetUpLayerFailure)
>> but you end up with the one from zope.testrunner. If you pin
>> zc.recipe.testrunner to version 1.2.0, that should do the trick for
>> Someone should look into making the tests compatible with both
>> testrunners or requiring the new zope.testrunner.
> Actually, it turned out to be something of a pebkac. I was getting
> trunk from the old Launchpad branch
> (lp:~vcs-imports/zope.testing/trunk) rather than the new Launchpad
> branch (lp:zope.testing).
> With the new branch, everything works out of the box. Sorry for the noise.
> While we're here, if I want to patch the Zope testrunner, should I
> submit patches against zope.testing or zope.testrunner?
Good question. We intend to remove all the real code in
zope.testing.testrunner at some point, leaving only backward-
compatibility imports in its place. At this point, if you are still
using the one from zope.testing in your projects, I would say to submit
the patch against that: we should be able to use 'patch -pN' to get it
Tres Seaver +1 540-429-0999 tsea...@palladion.com
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