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Making MQTT fan tests async #17761

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kennedyshead commented Oct 24, 2018


To migrate restore_state (PR #17270) to use the storage helper instead of history, we need to migrate all tests for components/platforms that use restore state to async or else the pytest fixtures won't work.


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@wafflebot wafflebot bot added the in progress label Oct 24, 2018

@kennedyshead kennedyshead changed the title from Making MQtt fan tests async to Making MQTT fan tests async Oct 24, 2018

@kennedyshead kennedyshead force-pushed the kennedyshead:MQTT_async_tests branch from 33941a6 to 45a4058 Oct 25, 2018

@kennedyshead kennedyshead force-pushed the kennedyshead:MQTT_async_tests branch from 45a4058 to b6ff1d5 Oct 26, 2018

@fabaff fabaff merged commit 3802fec into home-assistant:dev Oct 28, 2018

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@balloob balloob referenced this pull request Nov 9, 2018


0.82 #18335

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