For a long time the way to do unittest test discovery was "nose", which
I understand did not work with Jython 2.2.1 (unittest itself works
Test discovery is one of a number of useful enhancements coming to the
Python "unittest" module in Python 2.7
this will become part of the standard library. The author has backported
the test discovery mechanism and load_tests protocol for unittest from
Python 2.7 to work with Python 2.4 or more recent (including Python 3) -
Has anyone tried out either nose, or the backport of the unittest
discovery, with Jython 2.5.1? I'll let you know what I find out, but if
anyone has already tried this, it would be good to know ...
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