Author r.david.murray
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Take a look a the dev FAQ, linked from http://www.python.org/dev.  The
tests are in Lib/test in a distribution installed from source, but
ideally you would be (anonymously) pulling the trunk from SVN (when it
is back) and creating your patches with respect to that code as
explained in the FAQ.  You would be adding unit test code to
Lib/test/test_re.py, though it looks like re_tests.py might be an
interesting file to look at as well.

As the dev docs say, anyone can contribute, and writing tests is a great
way to start, so please don't feel like you aren't qualified to
contribute, you are.  If you have questions, come to #python-dev on
freenode.
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