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Drop the dot (py.test -> pytest) #484

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obestwalter opened this Issue Mar 13, 2017 · 4 comments

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obestwalter commented Mar 13, 2017

There are 41 occurrences of py.test in the code, many of which should be replaced by pytest - some need a closer look though. There seems to be mixed usage of pytest and py.test imports in the tests -I am pretty sure this is just for historical reasons.

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obestwalter commented Mar 13, 2017

@davehunt - shall we do that at the next sprint? 😁

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davehunt commented Mar 14, 2017

shall we do that at the next sprint?

I was actually thinking we could introduce a dot this time... t.ox anyone?

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nicoddemus commented Mar 14, 2017

🤣

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obestwalter commented Mar 14, 2017

Deal. Let me just fire up my p.y.t.h.o.n interpreter and we do this right now!

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