Reported by Carles Muñoz Gorriz in the Debian bug tracker: <http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=584966> Change-Id: Ic6db91b5da9966eaf5b26e2d7170e667915d57c2
…non-NULL value Should resolve issue: #6 Change-Id: Ie1fd42a9719d50e0baa600e3563ac50159201dc9
…ng `cheetah test` Patch from: Mike Bonnet <email@example.com> Change-Id: Ie20348e1272d6102381c467e414bd176bbc2b9b9
…wn by __getattr__.
Suggested by Simon Koenig <firstname.lastname@example.org> Change-Id: Ie18c8d9d82b55124440fc2aad508c9525d766a89
…CheetahWrapper tests On FreeBSD particularly, the tempfile.mktemp() heavily sandboxes the process into /tmp/ somewhere. Finding absolute paths to the cheetah process and the Cheetah/ directory is necessary to properly run the tests
Apparently the attempted import might be to blame for some slowness when importing on Mac OS X which has a (large-ish) WebKit python module available.
Added a test and applied Juan's patch, everything seems to check out alright with it Reported-by: Juan Fiol <email@example.com>
…h 2 and 3
…ting them differently for auto-calling