[IPython-dev] Test failures
Tue Aug 12 00:23:07 CDT 2008
On Mon, Aug 11, 2008 at 10:18 PM, Gael Varoquaux
> On Mon, Aug 11, 2008 at 10:11:54PM -0700, Fernando Perez wrote:
>> > This is a bit frustrating. I have a set of tests for this frontend, but I
>> > can't run them through nose, because they cause side effects and have
>> > another test to fail. The side-effect is quite clearly in something
>> > called by make_IPython, but I am having a hard time figuring out where.
>> Yes, I'm sorry you're seeing this. This particular battle isn't going
>> to be fun, and we're paying the price of neglecting testing for such a
>> long time. But we all know it's the right thing to do, and I really
>> appreciate your commitment despite how unpleasant it is.
> I apologise for getting a bit frustated. We all know that ipython0 is old
> and curfty code, but I am sooooo happy to use it on a day to day basis,
> so really cannot blame anybody for having taken the short way to get
> Besides, it is not that unpleasant, just frustating.
No worries. I'm going to be working for a bit longer, so let me know
if you need anything. And please keep merging with trunk and pushing,
so I can perhaps tomorrow merge your branch. If you do all the merges
with trunk back in your branch and you push it, I can then do a pull
and your local commits get registered as such (see the last changes
to trunk showing Robet's individual changesets, which I merged today).
In fact, I've been mulling today, after all the merge work, a slight
reorganization of how we manage branches to simplify review and
history handling. But I'll send that in a separate message in a few
days, after we finish the current burning issues.
> I'll buy you a beer for being an unpleasant Frenchmen :)
Gladly accepted! (the beer, not that you're unpleasang :)
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