Author jneb
Recipients jneb, r.david.murray
Date 2015-10-22.07:14:47
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Oops. Lousy editing, I should have used return instead of break.

These 6 lines can be inserted in lib/doctest at line 1100:
+        if isinstance(obj, str) and source_lines is not None:
+            # This will find __test__ string doctests if and only if the string
+            # contains any unique line.
+            for offset,line in enumerate(obj.splitlines(keepends=True):
+                if source_lines.count(line)==1:
+                    return source_lines.index(line)-offset

And it works fine for me; the code is quite general and has predictable behaviour: any test string with a unique line in it will work.
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