What is per_inventory supposed to test
robertc at robertcollins.net
Thu Sep 24 22:40:59 BST 2009
On Thu, 2009-09-24 at 13:15 -0500, John Arbash Meinel wrote:
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> So I've been looking at working on:
> (log dir is slow in development-rich-root)
> And my first pass at it, is to improve the 'Inventory.filter()' command.
> Right now it is always built on 'iter_entries()' which requires walking
> all content, even though we only need a subset. (The final change will
> probably be higher, but I figured this should be better, too.)
> Anyway, I've implemented some of it, but figured it should be tested,
> and 'per_inventory' seemed like the right place.
> However, the first thing I noticed was that "per_inventory" only tests
> plain Inventory objects. (It has a list of 1 scenario.)
> When I went to update that, I found that CHKInventory doesn't act much
> like Inventory for many operations.
Right. I consider per_inventory more a 'per_in_memory_inventory' test
suite. test_inv has permutation tests for mutating operations via
apply_delta, and other query methods that all inventories have to
> But it also ended up meaning that I need to move a bunch of tests out of
> per_inventory/basics.py into 'test_inv.py' since stuff like 'add_path()'
> will probably never be implemented.
> Does that seem reasonable?
I'd probably have done it the other way around. Or perhaps delete
per_inventory altogether in favour of inline parameterisation in
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