dtest 0.5.0-0ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


dtest (0.5.0-0ubuntu1) vivid; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release.
  * Drop all patches.
  * debian/control:
    - Build-depend on dh-python.
    - Add Homepage.
    - Bump Standards-Version to 3.9.6.
  * debian/copyright:
    - Use versioned format URL.
    - Update obsolete field names.
  * debian/watch: Add.
  * Wrap and sort.
 -- Logan Rosen <email address hidden>   Sat, 22 Nov 2014 04:11:19 -0500

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dtest_0.5.0-0ubuntu1.debian.tar.xz 1.9 KiB 1ae84c5cdca1ce6962e12f02c27111d95fb54b73cc6ba1a979c08da816294385
dtest_0.5.0-0ubuntu1.dsc 1.4 KiB 19234eab6c24770fd4ae3e4aadccb0396ec086b9ec360936e5979dd26a009d5d

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python-dtest: Dependency-based Threaded Test Framework for Python

 The DTest framework is a testing framework, similar to the standard
 unittest package provided by Python. The value-add for DTest,
 however, is that test execution is threaded, through use of the
 eventlet package. The DTest package also provides the concept of
 "dependencies" between tests and test fixtures -- thus the "D" in
 "DTest" -- which ensure that tests don't run until the matching set up
 test fixtures have completed, and that the tear down test fixtures
 don't run until all the associated tests have completed. Dependencies
 may also be used to ensure that tests requiring the availability of
 certain functionality don't run if the tests of that specific
 functionality fail.