Re: [gnome-desktop-testing] Missing path when running ./bin/desktop-testing


Having a unit tested framework would be really great. I think that would be
indeed a good reason to move code to "src" directory.

Let me summarize the changes that are being commented:
- Move code to src
- Add buildout support
- Add unit tests for the framework

What do the rest of the people think about this?

Best regards,

P.S. By the way, please take a look at the test-suite-class branch merge that I
proposed, it contains some code refactoring that I would like to be integrated
before moving the code to src.

Jason Cozens wrote:
> On Wed, 2009-04-22 at 19:45 +0200, Javier Collado wrote:
>> Probably some other changes are needed for a better buildout integration in
>> desktop-testing code such as moving the code under a 'src' directory (this would
>> make easier to have bin directory instead of a buildout-bin), but I would say
>> that the change could be beneficial for us.
> I'd be interested in a change like this as I've been writing some unit
> tests using the unittest module to get a better understanding of how
> desktop-testing works. I'd normally put the tests in a test directory at
> the same level as the src directory to keep them separate, i.e.
>     gnome-desktop-testing/
>         src/
>         test/
> I intend to create a branch from:
> so I can show want I've been doing. It's early stages at the moment as
> there are a few modules I'm unfamiliar with, e.g. xml.dom.minidom.
> Cheers,
> Jason.
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