Author r.david.murray
Recipients Rodrigue.Alcazar, ezio.melotti, michael.foord, ncoghlan, pitrou, r.david.murray
Date 2010-12-07.02:51:30
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OK, fine on the convention, but I'd still like a more memorable name for assert_python_failure.  I've been working on this issue off and on today, and I've had to look up that name at least four times.  I can remember assert_python_ok, but I can't remember whether its inverse is assert_python_fails, assert_python_bad, or what.  For some reason I haven't guessed 'failure' even once so far :)  (I know it's not assert_python_not_ok because I remember it isn't parallel...)
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