I came across webtest a few weeks back when hacking on a flask project and
I instantly knew that most nereid tests were functional tests and they
could be better written with webtest. Since pytest has become the
preferred way of writing tests in Tryton, this post combines both to ...
Thanks to a controversial post by David Hansson declaring the death of test
driven development, and the google hangout by David, Kent Beck and Martin
Fowler that I finally have gathered the courage to write this post.
I had the opportunity to sprint with the python packaging authority (pypa)
The subject has been a topic of immense interest since 2008, and some even
believe that Tryton would have had a wider acceptance if it had a web client.
And with a lot of sarcasm Stefan Rijnhart tweeted a few days back:
I created this blog in 2006, when I thought I should start scribbling my
But it took me this Jan of 2009 to draft this first blog.
(I hope it just does make it out of the drafts)
If my concern in 2006 was 'What to blog?', today ...