[Numpy-discussion] Old-style classes in tests
Travis E. Oliphant
Mon Nov 24 10:32:39 CST 2008
Tom Wright wrote:
> I am currently working on the Ironclad project porting numpy to Ironpython.
> It would be quite useful for me if HermitianTestCase in test_linalg.py
> was a new style-class instead of an old-style class - since Ironpython
> has a bug where dir operations do not work for classes inheriting from
> both old- and new- style classes and I'd very much prefer not to patch
> my version of numpy.
> In general, it would be useful if whenever this multiple inheritence
> pattern is used new-style classes are used rather than old style
> classes. This would require the following classes to change:
> test_numerictypes - create_values, read_values_plain, read_values_nested
> test_print - create_zeros, create_values, assign_values, byteorder_values
> test_io - Roundtriptest
> test_linalg - LinalgTestCase, HermitianTestCase
I have no trouble making all classes new-style.
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