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Author pitrou
Recipients asvetlov, benjamin.peterson, charettes, ezio.melotti, fabioz, gvanrossum, matthewlmcclure, matthewlmcclure-gmail, meador.inge, michael.foord, pitrou, python-dev, r.david.murray, rhettinger, terry.reedy, tim.peters, tomwardill
Date 2013-09-19.13:56:03
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That said, I agree that the __dict__ proposal is a hack, but as is the current _removetestAtIndex mechanism.

The only clean solution I can think of would be to have two separate classes:
- a TestSpec which contains execution-independent data about a test case, and knows how to instantiate it
- a TestCase that is used for the actual test execution, but isn't saved in the test suite

Maybe it's possible to do this without any backwards compat problem by making TestSuite.__iter__ always return TestCases (but freshly-created ones, from the inner test specs). The main point of adaptation would be TestLoader.loadTestsFromTestCase().
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