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1 parent ef10033 commit 54efa5ce9a722a1047acd3c87b34f9541938d909 @PeterScott PeterScott committed Mar 24, 2012
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@@ -108,7 +108,10 @@ Functions for getting arbitrary data
The strings produced by `str` and `unicode` are randomized, but some effort has been put
into making them sufficiently perverse as to reveal bugs in a whole lot of string
processing code. The name list is loosely based on horrible memories of seeing name
-processing code crash on real-world data.
+processing code crash on real-world data, over and over and over again, as it became ever
+more clear that the world is mad, and we are truly doomed. (This feeling passes once you
+get enough test coverage and things finally stop crashing. There is hope!)
The name and string example data in `qc.arbitrary` may be interesting as a source of more
-deteministic test case data. Feel free to "borrow" any of it.
+deteministic test case data. Feel free to borrow any of it. The internals are magic, but
+of the magical internal parts, the most interesting ones are in `qc.arbitrary` and `qc`.

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