Archives week 6 of 2010
Feb. 8, 2010 - Feb. 14, 2010
When you're using SQLAlchemy you sometimes get into a fog where everything's so abstracted away that you forget there's a regular old PostgreSQL or SQLite instance under there. Thing is, there *is* a PostgreSQL instance under there, and if you use a Float data-type for your code, it will work perfectly well under SQLite (which ...
The PyCon Dress Rehearsal on the 16th at PyGTA is now slightly less than 1 week away. 3 presenters. Listen, give feedback, enjoy, rinse, repeat, rinse, repeat, chat.
[Update] Unfortunately, Greg Wilson had to cancel, but that means more time for the other two!
So I'm wondering what other people do in this scenario:
- You have an executable that provides a (networked) service
- You want to test against the executable's service
- You want to be able to start/stop the executable during the tests
- You want to be able to run multiple executables between test suites (i.e. with different configs ...