why don't many test frameworks support file-output?

Discussion in 'Python' started by kanchy kang, Feb 23, 2006.

  1. kanchy kang

    kanchy kang Guest

    i browsed the following frameworks briefly: nose, OOBTest,
    testosterone, py.test, Sancho ... and found out they do support imediate
    screen-output only.

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    kanchy kang, Feb 23, 2006
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    Kent Johnson Guest

    kanchy kang wrote:
    > i browsed the following frameworks briefly: nose, OOBTest,
    > testosterone, py.test, Sancho ... and found out they do support
    > imediate screen-output only.


    unittest.TextTestRunner() has an optional stream argument that would let
    you output to a file.

    Kent
     
    Kent Johnson, Feb 23, 2006
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    Magnus Lycka Guest

    kanchy kang wrote:
    > i browsed the following frameworks briefly: nose, OOBTest,
    > testosterone, py.test, Sancho ... and found out they do support
    > imediate screen-output only.


    Look at TextTest.
     
    Magnus Lycka, Feb 24, 2006
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