[wingide-users] Wing tests not running

Murray mjrmua at gmail.com
Wed Aug 1 13:53:00 MDT 2012

Great, thanks

Not sure if it's a wing issue, but it looks like that Python Path option in
project properties doesn't support unicode directory names.  (on windows 7)


On 1 August 2012 17:58, Wing IDE Support <support at wingware.com> wrote:

> On 8/1/12 11:40 AM, Murray wrote:
>> My tests need to be run from the base directory else they will fail with
>> ModuleImportFailure, when they can't find the module they're supposed to
>> be testing.
>> If this is what is happening, why isn't wing reporting that failure?
>> Is there a way to prevent Wing's test runner from changing the execution
>> directory?
>> Or should I be changing my directory structure somehow?
> The issue probably is the current directory.  Wing's test runner was
> designed when the default method of running tests was to put a call to
> unittest.main() in the test file and then to run that file from the command
> line -- which would result in the directory that the file was is being
> added to python's sys.path.
> When you run tests outside of Wing, how does the directory for your
> non-test modules get added to sys.path?  One possibility to work around
> Wing's test runner's current limitations is just to add that directory to
> the Python Path via the Project Properties dialog.
> Thanks,
> John

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