python-stestr 1.1.0-0ubuntu2 source package in Ubuntu

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python-stestr (1.1.0-0ubuntu2) bionic; urgency=medium

  * d/p/argparse-empty-array.patch: Deal with [] instead of 'None'
    when list is called with no additional parameters.

 -- James Page <email address hidden>  Mon, 27 Nov 2017 09:22:44 +0000

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Binary packages built by this source

python-stestr: test runner similar to testrepository - Python 2.7

 Stestr stands for Slim/Super Test Repository. It is a fork of the
 testrepository that concentrates on being a dedicated test runner for Python
 projects. The generic abstraction layers which enabled testr to work with any
 subunit emitting runner are gone. Stestr hard codes python-subunit-isms into
 how it works. The code base is also designed to try and be explicit, and to
 provide a Python API that is documented and has examples.
 .
 While stestr was originally forked from testrepository it is not 100%
 backwards compatible with testrepository. At a high level the basic concepts
 of operation are shared between the 2 projects but the actual usage between
 the 2 is not exactly the same.
 .
 This package contains the Python 2.7 module.

python-stestr-doc: test runner similar to testrepository - doc

 Stestr stands for Slim/Super Test Repository. It is a fork of the
 testrepository that concentrates on being a dedicated test runner for Python
 projects. The generic abstraction layers which enabled testr to work with any
 subunit emitting runner are gone. Stestr hard codes python-subunit-isms into
 how it works. The code base is also designed to try and be explicit, and to
 provide a Python API that is documented and has examples.
 .
 While stestr was originally forked from testrepository it is not 100%
 backwards compatible with testrepository. At a high level the basic concepts
 of operation are shared between the 2 projects but the actual usage between
 the 2 is not exactly the same.
 .
 This package contains the documentation.

python3-stestr: test runner similar to testrepository - Python 3.x

 Stestr stands for Slim/Super Test Repository. It is a fork of the
 testrepository that concentrates on being a dedicated test runner for Python
 projects. The generic abstraction layers which enabled testr to work with any
 subunit emitting runner are gone. Stestr hard codes python-subunit-isms into
 how it works. The code base is also designed to try and be explicit, and to
 provide a Python API that is documented and has examples.
 .
 While stestr was originally forked from testrepository it is not 100%
 backwards compatible with testrepository. At a high level the basic concepts
 of operation are shared between the 2 projects but the actual usage between
 the 2 is not exactly the same.
 .
 This package contains the Python 3.x module.