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This release of testtools is perhaps the most interesting and exciting one
it's ever had. We've continued in bringing together the best practices of unit
testing from across a raft of different Python projects, but we've also
extended our mission to incorporating unit testing concepts from other
languages and from our own research, led by Robert Collins.
We now support skipping and expected failures. We'll make sure that you
up-call setUp and tearDown, avoiding unexpected testing weirdnesses. We're
now compatible with Python 2.5, 2.6 and 2.7 unittest library.
All in all, if you are serious about unit testing and want to get the best
thinking from the whole Python community, you should get this release.
0 blueprints and 9 bugs targeted
|250774||#250774||Extended TestResult behaviour||2 Critical||10 Fix Released|
|280874||#280874||Name collision with another (defunct) Python library||2 Critical||Jonathan Lange||10 Fix Released|
|483433||#483433||ensure 0.0.2 references in code and docs say 0.9.0||2 Critical||Robert Collins||10 Fix Released|
|483434||#483434||get a nice TextTestResult in place with detail support||2 Critical||Robert Collins||10 Fix Released|
|483435||#483435||Content needs to be charset aware||2 Critical||Robert Collins||10 Fix Released|
|312257||#312257||runTest wrongly detected as a test method by Nose||4 Medium||Robert Collins||10 Fix Released|
|344023||#344023||testtools run() should require that setUp and tearDown are invoked||4 Medium||10 Fix Released|
|388322||#388322||setup.py is not executable||6 Wishlist||10 Fix Released|
|393493||#393493||Release testtools to PyPI||6 Wishlist||Jonathan Lange||10 Fix Released|