Author pitrou
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Date 2012-03-25.12:14:38
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> >> I don't want to simply execute the code and hope that it doesn't raise 
> >> an exception, because if it does, the test fails with an "error" status 
> >> instead of a "failed" status.
> > 
> > So what?
> 
> A buggy test is not the same thing as a test that fails because the
> test result did not meet your assertions.

That's a completely meaningless difference in my experience. Raising an
exception usually means the tested code is buggy, not the test.
Whoever introduced this distinction probably overengineered it.
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