Friday 2 December 2005 — This is over 17 years old. Be careful.
Grig Gheorghiu blogs about Agile Testing, mostly concerning Python technologies. He has a wiki page where he tries to make sense of Python testing tools: Python Testing Tools Taxonomy.
I added a link to Jester, a mutation testing tool. It makes changes to your source code, then runs your test suite on the result. If all the tests pass, you missed a test case. Jester works on Java code, but a sidecar tool called Pester provides the same service for Python. It’s a fascinating idea, but I’ve never had the fortitude to try it out (it needs Java and Python, and modified versions of unit test frameworks in both languages).
BTW, my adding that link to that wiki page proves that I don’t always have to control the data.
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