[Biopython-dev] next release closer (?)

Cayte katel at worldpath.net
Mon Nov 20 05:00:19 EST 2000

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeffrey Chang" <jchang at SMI.Stanford.EDU>
To: "Cayte" <katel at worldpath.net>
Cc: <biopython-dev at biopython.org>
Sent: Sunday, November 19, 2000 12:48 AM
Subject: Re: [Biopython-dev] next release closer (?)

> >    Prodoc now passes the standalone test and I committed test_prodoc.
> I'm having a few problems with this suite of tests:
> - br_regrtest saves the name of the regression test in the first line of
> the output file.  For example, the first line of output/test_seq is
> "test_seq".  This seems to be missing with test_prodoc.

  I'm still investigating this.
> - "python br_regrtest test_prodoc.py" fails because it can't find
> "Prosite/Doc/pdoc00472.txt".  That file isn't in the CVS repository and
> needs to be added.
> test test_prodoc crashed -- exceptions.IOError : [Errno 2] No such file or
> direc
> tory: 'Prosite/Doc/pdoc00472.txt'
> 1 test failed: test_prodoc

   I checked the file in.
> - The test_prodoc.py output contains the addresses of Reference objects.
> references
>     <Bio.Prosite.Prodoc.Reference instance at 007FEF2C>
>     <Bio.Prosite.Prodoc.Reference instance at 007FD19C>
>     <Bio.Prosite.Prodoc.Reference instance at 007FD12C>
> This won't work, because the object address is going to be different from
> computer to computer.  Instead of the pointer, please print out the
> reference, or at least enough of the string to know that it's parsed
> correctly.
   I fixed this.

  I still need to add a baseline for rebase.

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