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Limit derivative test #31717

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Limit derivative test #31717

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This one derivative test took 4.74s on CI because it calculated derivates of 3600 values! 馃う鈥嶁檪

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basnijholt commented Feb 12, 2020

Unfortunately, the test isn't doing anything now because

if time_window < time < times[-1] - time_window:

is never met.

I will try to fix it.

basnijholt added a commit to basnijholt/home-assistant that referenced this pull request Feb 12, 2020
After home-assistant#31717 the test
didn't actually test anything anymore.

This fixes that.
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* fix test_data_moving_average_for_discrete_sensor

After #31717 the test
didn't actually test anything anymore.

This fixes that.

* make the test faster
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