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pygame / test / __init__.py

"""Pygame unit test suite package

Exports function run()

A quick way to run the test suite package from the command line
is by importing the go submodule:

python -c "import pygame.tests.go" [<test options>]

Command line option --help displays a usage message. Available options
correspond to the pygame.tests.run arguments.

The xxxx_test submodules of the tests package are unit test suites for
individual parts of Pygame. Each can also be run as a main program. This is
useful if the test, such as cdrom_test, is interactive.

For Pygame development the test suite can be run from a Pygame 
distribution root directory. Program run_tests.py is provided for convenience,
though test/go.py can be run directly.

"""

# Any tests in IGNORE will not be run
IGNORE = set ([
    "scrap_test",
])

# Subprocess has less of a need to worry about interference between tests
SUBPROCESS_IGNORE = set ([
    "scrap_test",
])

if __name__ == 'pygame.tests':
    from pygame.tests.test_utils.run_tests import run
else:
    from test.test_utils.run_tests import run
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