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Date 2011-08-10.17:39:52
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Alan Justino wrote:
> 
> I am getting a hard time trying to do some BDD with c-based datetime because I cannot mock it easily to force datetime.datetime.now() to return a desired value, making almost impossible to test time-based code, like the accounting system that I am refactoring right now.

It's usually better to use a central helper get_current_time() in
the application, than to use datetime.now() and others
directly.
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