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Re: assert_equals in yaml python blocksby
Hi Leonardo, it is indeed indeed a dependency for tests. That's of course the case every time some code depends on some test library like nose, py.test (or cucumber or rspec and so on). I wouldn't call that "fake": it is very important to make our life easier when writing (a lot of) tests. I got to that because when writing yaml tests I clashed with bugs and limitations many times (you can find some still open issues of mine on github). I find that yaml_import.py duplicates in a very brittle way some features that are already there (for example assert_equals). Moreover, my point is that it is true that in the Odoo core there is a certain resistance to dependencies (see the famous "NIH syndrome" post by Antony), but in cases like that one I really see no harm. I'm not imposing that to others of course, It just makes my life easier on my code. Thanks! On Tue, Sep 23, 2014 at 1:39 PM, Leonardo "LeartS" Donelli <email@example.com> wrote: > That dependency is necessary only for running the tests though, and I > don't think putting nose in __openerp__.py as a python dependency, > when it isn't really required for the module to work, is a good > practice. Or at least it should be highlighted. > > Can't you just use YAML !assert blocks and your 3 lines python > equivalent of assert_equals when YAML !assert doesn't work? It's > standard python and not that much longer. > > What I'm saying is: Between yaml !assert, yaml !python blocks, and > unittests, I'm no sure the missing assert_equals is enough to justify > adding a "fake" dependency to the module, required only to run tests.