A long time ago test.py -s accepted directory names.  Later it was
changed to take package names instead.  There is some
backwards-compatibility code that replaces slashes with dots, but it is
incomplete: test.py -s src/zope would try to run the tests for a
nonexistent package "src.zope".

I have expanded the backwards-compatibility/convenience code in a


The test runner has a mapping of directory names to package names, and I
use it in reverse to get the package name from the directory name.  As a
result you can use your shell's directory name completion for the test
runner command line, and, for example, test.py -s src/zope now works.

I would appreciate it if someone could check out this branch and run its
tests on Windows.

Marius Gedminas
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