Is there a reason that os.getpid() does not work in Jython?  In other words, is it a problem that os.getpid() does not work in Jython, or is it just that Jython doesn't have it and probably won't?  The reason I ask is I don't want to change the Python test because of a problem in Jython which would defeat the purpose of the test. 


-----Original Message-----
From: boblusebob@aim.com
To: charlie.groves@gmail.com
Cc: jython-dev@lists.sourceforge.net
Sent: Sun, 12 Aug 2007 8:51 pm
Subject: Re: [Jython-dev] Test SocketServer

Thank you Charlie.  I will look at regrtest.py first from now on.

I will also take a look at test_socketserver and see if I think it adds any value over the current tests and if I might be able to get it working in Jython.

 - Bob


-----Original Message-----
From: Charlie Groves <charlie.groves@gmail.com>
To: boblusebob@aim.com <boblusebob@aim.com>
Cc: jython-dev@lists.sourceforge.net
Sent: Sun, 12 Aug 2007 5:31 pm
Subject: Re: [Jython-dev] Test SocketServer

test_socketserver, along with many other tests that haven't been made

to work with Jython yet, are skipped by regrtest.py. When you run

regrtest, it summarizes which tests failed, which tests skipped and

how many tests passed when it finishes. If a test failed or skipped

that shouldn't have, it will complain loudly about that.



If you feel like test_socketserver is doing some valuable testing,

please submit a patch to get it working on Jython. It's always good

to have more of Python's tests working.



Charlie



On 8/11/07, boblusebob@aim.com <boblusebob@aim.com> wrote:

> Pardon my ignorance, and poor memory, but I just ran test_socketserver.py

> from the Jython 2.2 rc3 test library on Windows XP, and it failed pretty

> miserably. Is there a reason that I missed (or forgot, or am just confused)

> that this test should be skipped? I don't really see a reason that Test

> Socket Server or a test for Socket Server should not be run. The actual

> failure is:

>

> AttributeError: class 'org.python.modules.os' has no attribute 'getpid'

>

> but the test script is just using the pid for a seed for a 'random' port.

> There are other ways to do this. Let me know if I am way off base.

>

> Thanks,

> Bob

>

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