[Patch] make test suite force use of Python 2.4
aaron.bentley at utoronto.ca
Mon May 16 14:15:01 BST 2005
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| Aaron Bentley <aaron.bentley at utoronto.ca> writes:
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|>Lalo Martins wrote:
|>| On Sun, 2005-05-15 at 17:27 -0400, Aaron Bentley wrote:
|>|>Since 2.4 is required, and the user won't have anything acceptable
|>|>installed unless it's 2.4, let's run python2.4 instead of python.
|>| eh? Last time I checked, 2.4 was not required.
|>2.4 is required for the test suite, not for bzr itself.
| How will we test 2.3 compatibily then !?
Personally, I have python2.3 as my default, but 2.4 is also installed.
The test suite does not control what python interpreter bzr uses-- it
could be written in Perl and work the same way.
So when I run the testsuite with my patch:
testbzr runs with python2.4 as the interpreter
testbzr invokes bzr
bzr runs with python as the interpreter (which is python 2.3)
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