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test_location_tuple fails (AssertionError: 'n0 v0 dV c0 t i0 u T x1 y2' != 'n0 v0 dV c0 t i0 u T x1.0000000 y2.0000000') #15

sebastic opened this issue Jun 29, 2016 · 2 comments


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commented Jun 29, 2016

As reported by Santiago Vila in Debian Bug #828979:

Dear maintainer:

This package currently fails to build in stretch:

FAIL: test_location_tuple (test_writer.TestWriteNode)
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/build/pyosmium-2.7.1/test/", line 112, in test_location_tuple
    w.add_node(O(location=(1, 2)))
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/", line 24, in __exit__
  File "/build/pyosmium-2.7.1/test/", line 35, in WriteExpect
    assert_equals(line, expected)
AssertionError: 'n0 v0 dV c0 t i0 u T x1 y2' != 'n0 v0 dV c0 t i0 u T x1.0000000 y2.0000000'

A full build log is available here:


Several of the pyosmium dependencies have been changed in the mean time, but I suspect changes in Python 2.7.12-rc1 are the cause of this issue (Python 2.7.11 was used before).

sebastic added a commit to sebastic/pyosmium that referenced this issue Jul 4, 2016

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commented Jul 4, 2016

The change in #16 fixes the test failure on Debian stable & unstable, I'm not entirely sure if it's the appropriate fix for this issue though.


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commented Jul 11, 2016

The OPL output format for coordinates has changed in libosmium 2.7.2. It is used in that particular test to check the writer output. I see if I can modify the test so that runs okay against all 2.7.x versions of libosmium.

lonvia added a commit that referenced this issue Jul 11, 2016
writer test: use coordinates that avoid zero-padding
Takes into account a format change in OPL format where coordinates
are now zero-padded.

Fixes #15.

@lonvia lonvia closed this in a75ec8d Jul 11, 2016

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