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Test module changes.

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File unittest2/test/test_unittest.py

-"""Test script for unittest.
-
-By Collin Winter <collinw at gmail.com>
-
-Still need testing:
-    TestCase.{assert,fail}* methods (some are tested implicitly)
-"""
-
-import os
-import re
-import sys
-from test import test_support
-import unittest
-from unittest import TestCase, TestProgram
-import types
-from copy import deepcopy
-from cStringIO import StringIO
-import pickle
-
-### Support code
-################################################################
-
-class LoggingResult(unittest.TestResult):
-    def __init__(self, log):
-        self._events = log
-        super(LoggingResult, self).__init__()
-
-    def startTest(self, test):
-        self._events.append('startTest')
-        super(LoggingResult, self).startTest(test)
-
-    def startTestRun(self):
-        self._events.append('startTestRun')
-        super(LoggingResult, self).startTestRun()
-
-    def stopTest(self, test):
-        self._events.append('stopTest')
-        super(LoggingResult, self).stopTest(test)
-
-    def stopTestRun(self):
-        self._events.append('stopTestRun')
-        super(LoggingResult, self).stopTestRun()
-
-    def addFailure(self, *args):
-        self._events.append('addFailure')
-        super(LoggingResult, self).addFailure(*args)
-
-    def addSuccess(self, *args):
-        self._events.append('addSuccess')
-        super(LoggingResult, self).addSuccess(*args)
-
-    def addError(self, *args):
-        self._events.append('addError')
-        super(LoggingResult, self).addError(*args)
-
-    def addSkip(self, *args):
-        self._events.append('addSkip')
-        super(LoggingResult, self).addSkip(*args)
-
-    def addExpectedFailure(self, *args):
-        self._events.append('addExpectedFailure')
-        super(LoggingResult, self).addExpectedFailure(*args)
-
-    def addUnexpectedSuccess(self, *args):
-        self._events.append('addUnexpectedSuccess')
-        super(LoggingResult, self).addUnexpectedSuccess(*args)
-
-
-class TestEquality(object):
-    """Used as a mixin for TestCase"""
-
-    # Check for a valid __eq__ implementation
-    def test_eq(self):
-        for obj_1, obj_2 in self.eq_pairs:
-            self.assertEqual(obj_1, obj_2)
-            self.assertEqual(obj_2, obj_1)
-
-    # Check for a valid __ne__ implementation
-    def test_ne(self):
-        for obj_1, obj_2 in self.ne_pairs:
-            self.assertNotEqual(obj_1, obj_2)
-            self.assertNotEqual(obj_2, obj_1)
-
-class TestHashing(object):
-    """Used as a mixin for TestCase"""
-
-    # Check for a valid __hash__ implementation
-    def test_hash(self):
-        for obj_1, obj_2 in self.eq_pairs:
-            try:
-                if not hash(obj_1) == hash(obj_2):
-                    self.fail("%r and %r do not hash equal" % (obj_1, obj_2))
-            except KeyboardInterrupt:
-                raise
-            except Exception, e:
-                self.fail("Problem hashing %r and %r: %s" % (obj_1, obj_2, e))
-
-        for obj_1, obj_2 in self.ne_pairs:
-            try:
-                if hash(obj_1) == hash(obj_2):
-                    self.fail("%s and %s hash equal, but shouldn't" %
-                              (obj_1, obj_2))
-            except KeyboardInterrupt:
-                raise
-            except Exception, e:
-                self.fail("Problem hashing %s and %s: %s" % (obj_1, obj_2, e))
-
-
-# List subclass we can add attributes to.
-class MyClassSuite(list):
-
-    def __init__(self, tests):
-        super(MyClassSuite, self).__init__(tests)
-
-
-################################################################
-### /Support code
-
-class Test_TestLoader(TestCase):
-
-    ### Tests for TestLoader.loadTestsFromTestCase
-    ################################################################
-
-    # "Return a suite of all tests cases contained in the TestCase-derived
-    # class testCaseClass"
-    def test_loadTestsFromTestCase(self):
-        class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test_1(self): pass
-            def test_2(self): pass
-            def foo_bar(self): pass
-
-        tests = unittest.TestSuite([Foo('test_1'), Foo('test_2')])
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromTestCase(Foo), tests)
-
-    # "Return a suite of all tests cases contained in the TestCase-derived
-    # class testCaseClass"
-    #
-    # Make sure it does the right thing even if no tests were found
-    def test_loadTestsFromTestCase__no_matches(self):
-        class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-            def foo_bar(self): pass
-
-        empty_suite = unittest.TestSuite()
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromTestCase(Foo), empty_suite)
-
-    # "Return a suite of all tests cases contained in the TestCase-derived
-    # class testCaseClass"
-    #
-    # What happens if loadTestsFromTestCase() is given an object
-    # that isn't a subclass of TestCase? Specifically, what happens
-    # if testCaseClass is a subclass of TestSuite?
-    #
-    # This is checked for specifically in the code, so we better add a
-    # test for it.
-    def test_loadTestsFromTestCase__TestSuite_subclass(self):
-        class NotATestCase(unittest.TestSuite):
-            pass
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        try:
-            loader.loadTestsFromTestCase(NotATestCase)
-        except TypeError:
-            pass
-        else:
-            self.fail('Should raise TypeError')
-
-    # "Return a suite of all tests cases contained in the TestCase-derived
-    # class testCaseClass"
-    #
-    # Make sure loadTestsFromTestCase() picks up the default test method
-    # name (as specified by TestCase), even though the method name does
-    # not match the default TestLoader.testMethodPrefix string
-    def test_loadTestsFromTestCase__default_method_name(self):
-        class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-            def runTest(self):
-                pass
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        # This has to be false for the test to succeed
-        self.assertFalse('runTest'.startswith(loader.testMethodPrefix))
-
-        suite = loader.loadTestsFromTestCase(Foo)
-        self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
-        self.assertEqual(list(suite), [Foo('runTest')])
-
-    ################################################################
-    ### /Tests for TestLoader.loadTestsFromTestCase
-
-    ### Tests for TestLoader.loadTestsFromModule
-    ################################################################
-
-    # "This method searches `module` for classes derived from TestCase"
-    def test_loadTestsFromModule__TestCase_subclass(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test(self):
-                pass
-        m.testcase_1 = MyTestCase
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        suite = loader.loadTestsFromModule(m)
-        self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
-
-        expected = [loader.suiteClass([MyTestCase('test')])]
-        self.assertEqual(list(suite), expected)
-
-    # "This method searches `module` for classes derived from TestCase"
-    #
-    # What happens if no tests are found (no TestCase instances)?
-    def test_loadTestsFromModule__no_TestCase_instances(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        suite = loader.loadTestsFromModule(m)
-        self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
-        self.assertEqual(list(suite), [])
-
-    # "This method searches `module` for classes derived from TestCase"
-    #
-    # What happens if no tests are found (TestCases instances, but no tests)?
-    def test_loadTestsFromModule__no_TestCase_tests(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
-            pass
-        m.testcase_1 = MyTestCase
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        suite = loader.loadTestsFromModule(m)
-        self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
-
-        self.assertEqual(list(suite), [loader.suiteClass()])
-
-    # "This method searches `module` for classes derived from TestCase"s
-    #
-    # What happens if loadTestsFromModule() is given something other
-    # than a module?
-    #
-    # XXX Currently, it succeeds anyway. This flexibility
-    # should either be documented or loadTestsFromModule() should
-    # raise a TypeError
-    #
-    # XXX Certain people are using this behaviour. We'll add a test for it
-    def test_loadTestsFromModule__not_a_module(self):
-        class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test(self):
-                pass
-
-        class NotAModule(object):
-            test_2 = MyTestCase
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        suite = loader.loadTestsFromModule(NotAModule)
-
-        reference = [unittest.TestSuite([MyTestCase('test')])]
-        self.assertEqual(list(suite), reference)
-
-
-    # Check that loadTestsFromModule honors (or not) a module
-    # with a load_tests function.
-    def test_loadTestsFromModule__load_tests(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test(self):
-                pass
-        m.testcase_1 = MyTestCase
-
-        load_tests_args = []
-        def load_tests(loader, tests, pattern):
-            self.assertIsInstance(tests, unittest.TestSuite)
-            load_tests_args.extend((loader, tests, pattern))
-            return tests
-        m.load_tests = load_tests
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        suite = loader.loadTestsFromModule(m)
-        self.assertIsInstance(suite, unittest.TestSuite)
-        self.assertEquals(load_tests_args, [loader, suite, None])
-
-        load_tests_args = []
-        suite = loader.loadTestsFromModule(m, use_load_tests=False)
-        self.assertEquals(load_tests_args, [])
-
-    ################################################################
-    ### /Tests for TestLoader.loadTestsFromModule()
-
-    ### Tests for TestLoader.loadTestsFromName()
-    ################################################################
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
-    # a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
-    # within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
-    # TestCase or TestSuite instance."
-    #
-    # Is ValueError raised in response to an empty name?
-    def test_loadTestsFromName__empty_name(self):
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-
-        try:
-            loader.loadTestsFromName('')
-        except ValueError, e:
-            self.assertEqual(str(e), "Empty module name")
-        else:
-            self.fail("TestLoader.loadTestsFromName failed to raise ValueError")
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
-    # a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
-    # within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
-    # TestCase or TestSuite instance."
-    #
-    # What happens when the name contains invalid characters?
-    def test_loadTestsFromName__malformed_name(self):
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-
-        # XXX Should this raise ValueError or ImportError?
-        try:
-            loader.loadTestsFromName('abc () //')
-        except ValueError:
-            pass
-        except ImportError:
-            pass
-        else:
-            self.fail("TestLoader.loadTestsFromName failed to raise ValueError")
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to a
-    # module"
-    #
-    # What happens when a module by that name can't be found?
-    def test_loadTestsFromName__unknown_module_name(self):
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-
-        try:
-            loader.loadTestsFromName('sdasfasfasdf')
-        except ImportError, e:
-            self.assertEqual(str(e), "No module named sdasfasfasdf")
-        else:
-            self.fail("TestLoader.loadTestsFromName failed to raise ImportError")
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
-    # a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
-    # within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
-    # TestCase or TestSuite instance."
-    #
-    # What happens when the module is found, but the attribute can't?
-    def test_loadTestsFromName__unknown_attr_name(self):
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-
-        try:
-            loader.loadTestsFromName('unittest.sdasfasfasdf')
-        except AttributeError, e:
-            self.assertEqual(str(e), "'module' object has no attribute 'sdasfasfasdf'")
-        else:
-            self.fail("TestLoader.loadTestsFromName failed to raise AttributeError")
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
-    # a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
-    # within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
-    # TestCase or TestSuite instance."
-    #
-    # What happens when we provide the module, but the attribute can't be
-    # found?
-    def test_loadTestsFromName__relative_unknown_name(self):
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-
-        try:
-            loader.loadTestsFromName('sdasfasfasdf', unittest)
-        except AttributeError, e:
-            self.assertEqual(str(e), "'module' object has no attribute 'sdasfasfasdf'")
-        else:
-            self.fail("TestLoader.loadTestsFromName failed to raise AttributeError")
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
-    # a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
-    # within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
-    # TestCase or TestSuite instance."
-    # ...
-    # "The method optionally resolves name relative to the given module"
-    #
-    # Does loadTestsFromName raise ValueError when passed an empty
-    # name relative to a provided module?
-    #
-    # XXX Should probably raise a ValueError instead of an AttributeError
-    def test_loadTestsFromName__relative_empty_name(self):
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-
-        try:
-            loader.loadTestsFromName('', unittest)
-        except AttributeError, e:
-            pass
-        else:
-            self.fail("Failed to raise AttributeError")
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
-    # a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
-    # within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
-    # TestCase or TestSuite instance."
-    # ...
-    # "The method optionally resolves name relative to the given module"
-    #
-    # What happens when an impossible name is given, relative to the provided
-    # `module`?
-    def test_loadTestsFromName__relative_malformed_name(self):
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-
-        # XXX Should this raise AttributeError or ValueError?
-        try:
-            loader.loadTestsFromName('abc () //', unittest)
-        except ValueError:
-            pass
-        except AttributeError:
-            pass
-        else:
-            self.fail("TestLoader.loadTestsFromName failed to raise ValueError")
-
-    # "The method optionally resolves name relative to the given module"
-    #
-    # Does loadTestsFromName raise TypeError when the `module` argument
-    # isn't a module object?
-    #
-    # XXX Accepts the not-a-module object, ignorning the object's type
-    # This should raise an exception or the method name should be changed
-    #
-    # XXX Some people are relying on this, so keep it for now
-    def test_loadTestsFromName__relative_not_a_module(self):
-        class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test(self):
-                pass
-
-        class NotAModule(object):
-            test_2 = MyTestCase
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        suite = loader.loadTestsFromName('test_2', NotAModule)
-
-        reference = [MyTestCase('test')]
-        self.assertEqual(list(suite), reference)
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
-    # a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
-    # within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
-    # TestCase or TestSuite instance."
-    #
-    # Does it raise an exception if the name resolves to an invalid
-    # object?
-    def test_loadTestsFromName__relative_bad_object(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        m.testcase_1 = object()
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        try:
-            loader.loadTestsFromName('testcase_1', m)
-        except TypeError:
-            pass
-        else:
-            self.fail("Should have raised TypeError")
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may
-    # resolve either to ... a test case class"
-    def test_loadTestsFromName__relative_TestCase_subclass(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test(self):
-                pass
-        m.testcase_1 = MyTestCase
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        suite = loader.loadTestsFromName('testcase_1', m)
-        self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
-        self.assertEqual(list(suite), [MyTestCase('test')])
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
-    # a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
-    # within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
-    # TestCase or TestSuite instance."
-    def test_loadTestsFromName__relative_TestSuite(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test(self):
-                pass
-        m.testsuite = unittest.TestSuite([MyTestCase('test')])
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        suite = loader.loadTestsFromName('testsuite', m)
-        self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
-
-        self.assertEqual(list(suite), [MyTestCase('test')])
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to
-    # ... a test method within a test case class"
-    def test_loadTestsFromName__relative_testmethod(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test(self):
-                pass
-        m.testcase_1 = MyTestCase
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        suite = loader.loadTestsFromName('testcase_1.test', m)
-        self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
-
-        self.assertEqual(list(suite), [MyTestCase('test')])
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
-    # a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
-    # within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
-    # TestCase or TestSuite instance."
-    #
-    # Does loadTestsFromName() raise the proper exception when trying to
-    # resolve "a test method within a test case class" that doesn't exist
-    # for the given name (relative to a provided module)?
-    def test_loadTestsFromName__relative_invalid_testmethod(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test(self):
-                pass
-        m.testcase_1 = MyTestCase
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        try:
-            loader.loadTestsFromName('testcase_1.testfoo', m)
-        except AttributeError, e:
-            self.assertEqual(str(e), "type object 'MyTestCase' has no attribute 'testfoo'")
-        else:
-            self.fail("Failed to raise AttributeError")
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to
-    # ... a callable object which returns a ... TestSuite instance"
-    def test_loadTestsFromName__callable__TestSuite(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        testcase_1 = unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
-        testcase_2 = unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
-        def return_TestSuite():
-            return unittest.TestSuite([testcase_1, testcase_2])
-        m.return_TestSuite = return_TestSuite
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        suite = loader.loadTestsFromName('return_TestSuite', m)
-        self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
-        self.assertEqual(list(suite), [testcase_1, testcase_2])
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to
-    # ... a callable object which returns a TestCase ... instance"
-    def test_loadTestsFromName__callable__TestCase_instance(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        testcase_1 = unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
-        def return_TestCase():
-            return testcase_1
-        m.return_TestCase = return_TestCase
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        suite = loader.loadTestsFromName('return_TestCase', m)
-        self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
-        self.assertEqual(list(suite), [testcase_1])
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to
-    # ... a callable object which returns a TestCase ... instance"
-    #*****************************************************************
-    #Override the suiteClass attribute to ensure that the suiteClass
-    #attribute is used
-    def test_loadTestsFromName__callable__TestCase_instance_ProperSuiteClass(self):
-        class SubTestSuite(unittest.TestSuite):
-            pass
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        testcase_1 = unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
-        def return_TestCase():
-            return testcase_1
-        m.return_TestCase = return_TestCase
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        loader.suiteClass = SubTestSuite
-        suite = loader.loadTestsFromName('return_TestCase', m)
-        self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
-        self.assertEqual(list(suite), [testcase_1])
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to
-    # ... a test method within a test case class"
-    #*****************************************************************
-    #Override the suiteClass attribute to ensure that the suiteClass
-    #attribute is used
-    def test_loadTestsFromName__relative_testmethod_ProperSuiteClass(self):
-        class SubTestSuite(unittest.TestSuite):
-            pass
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test(self):
-                pass
-        m.testcase_1 = MyTestCase
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        loader.suiteClass=SubTestSuite
-        suite = loader.loadTestsFromName('testcase_1.test', m)
-        self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
-
-        self.assertEqual(list(suite), [MyTestCase('test')])
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to
-    # ... a callable object which returns a TestCase or TestSuite instance"
-    #
-    # What happens if the callable returns something else?
-    def test_loadTestsFromName__callable__wrong_type(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        def return_wrong():
-            return 6
-        m.return_wrong = return_wrong
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        try:
-            suite = loader.loadTestsFromName('return_wrong', m)
-        except TypeError:
-            pass
-        else:
-            self.fail("TestLoader.loadTestsFromName failed to raise TypeError")
-
-    # "The specifier can refer to modules and packages which have not been
-    # imported; they will be imported as a side-effect"
-    def test_loadTestsFromName__module_not_loaded(self):
-        # We're going to try to load this module as a side-effect, so it
-        # better not be loaded before we try.
-        #
-        # Why pick audioop? Google shows it isn't used very often, so there's
-        # a good chance that it won't be imported when this test is run
-        module_name = 'audioop'
-
-        if module_name in sys.modules:
-            del sys.modules[module_name]
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        try:
-            suite = loader.loadTestsFromName(module_name)
-
-            self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
-            self.assertEqual(list(suite), [])
-
-            # audioop should now be loaded, thanks to loadTestsFromName()
-            self.assertIn(module_name, sys.modules)
-        finally:
-            if module_name in sys.modules:
-                del sys.modules[module_name]
-
-    ################################################################
-    ### Tests for TestLoader.loadTestsFromName()
-
-    ### Tests for TestLoader.loadTestsFromNames()
-    ################################################################
-
-    # "Similar to loadTestsFromName(), but takes a sequence of names rather
-    # than a single name."
-    #
-    # What happens if that sequence of names is empty?
-    def test_loadTestsFromNames__empty_name_list(self):
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-
-        suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames([])
-        self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
-        self.assertEqual(list(suite), [])
-
-    # "Similar to loadTestsFromName(), but takes a sequence of names rather
-    # than a single name."
-    # ...
-    # "The method optionally resolves name relative to the given module"
-    #
-    # What happens if that sequence of names is empty?
-    #
-    # XXX Should this raise a ValueError or just return an empty TestSuite?
-    def test_loadTestsFromNames__relative_empty_name_list(self):
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-
-        suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames([], unittest)
-        self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
-        self.assertEqual(list(suite), [])
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
-    # a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
-    # within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
-    # TestCase or TestSuite instance."
-    #
-    # Is ValueError raised in response to an empty name?
-    def test_loadTestsFromNames__empty_name(self):
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-
-        try:
-            loader.loadTestsFromNames([''])
-        except ValueError, e:
-            self.assertEqual(str(e), "Empty module name")
-        else:
-            self.fail("TestLoader.loadTestsFromNames failed to raise ValueError")
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
-    # a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
-    # within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
-    # TestCase or TestSuite instance."
-    #
-    # What happens when presented with an impossible module name?
-    def test_loadTestsFromNames__malformed_name(self):
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-
-        # XXX Should this raise ValueError or ImportError?
-        try:
-            loader.loadTestsFromNames(['abc () //'])
-        except ValueError:
-            pass
-        except ImportError:
-            pass
-        else:
-            self.fail("TestLoader.loadTestsFromNames failed to raise ValueError")
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
-    # a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
-    # within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
-    # TestCase or TestSuite instance."
-    #
-    # What happens when no module can be found for the given name?
-    def test_loadTestsFromNames__unknown_module_name(self):
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-
-        try:
-            loader.loadTestsFromNames(['sdasfasfasdf'])
-        except ImportError, e:
-            self.assertEqual(str(e), "No module named sdasfasfasdf")
-        else:
-            self.fail("TestLoader.loadTestsFromNames failed to raise ImportError")
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
-    # a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
-    # within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
-    # TestCase or TestSuite instance."
-    #
-    # What happens when the module can be found, but not the attribute?
-    def test_loadTestsFromNames__unknown_attr_name(self):
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-
-        try:
-            loader.loadTestsFromNames(['unittest.sdasfasfasdf', 'unittest'])
-        except AttributeError, e:
-            self.assertEqual(str(e), "'module' object has no attribute 'sdasfasfasdf'")
-        else:
-            self.fail("TestLoader.loadTestsFromNames failed to raise AttributeError")
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
-    # a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
-    # within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
-    # TestCase or TestSuite instance."
-    # ...
-    # "The method optionally resolves name relative to the given module"
-    #
-    # What happens when given an unknown attribute on a specified `module`
-    # argument?
-    def test_loadTestsFromNames__unknown_name_relative_1(self):
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-
-        try:
-            loader.loadTestsFromNames(['sdasfasfasdf'], unittest)
-        except AttributeError, e:
-            self.assertEqual(str(e), "'module' object has no attribute 'sdasfasfasdf'")
-        else:
-            self.fail("TestLoader.loadTestsFromName failed to raise AttributeError")
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
-    # a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
-    # within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
-    # TestCase or TestSuite instance."
-    # ...
-    # "The method optionally resolves name relative to the given module"
-    #
-    # Do unknown attributes (relative to a provided module) still raise an
-    # exception even in the presence of valid attribute names?
-    def test_loadTestsFromNames__unknown_name_relative_2(self):
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-
-        try:
-            loader.loadTestsFromNames(['TestCase', 'sdasfasfasdf'], unittest)
-        except AttributeError, e:
-            self.assertEqual(str(e), "'module' object has no attribute 'sdasfasfasdf'")
-        else:
-            self.fail("TestLoader.loadTestsFromName failed to raise AttributeError")
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
-    # a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
-    # within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
-    # TestCase or TestSuite instance."
-    # ...
-    # "The method optionally resolves name relative to the given module"
-    #
-    # What happens when faced with the empty string?
-    #
-    # XXX This currently raises AttributeError, though ValueError is probably
-    # more appropriate
-    def test_loadTestsFromNames__relative_empty_name(self):
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-
-        try:
-            loader.loadTestsFromNames([''], unittest)
-        except AttributeError:
-            pass
-        else:
-            self.fail("Failed to raise ValueError")
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
-    # a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
-    # within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
-    # TestCase or TestSuite instance."
-    # ...
-    # "The method optionally resolves name relative to the given module"
-    #
-    # What happens when presented with an impossible attribute name?
-    def test_loadTestsFromNames__relative_malformed_name(self):
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-
-        # XXX Should this raise AttributeError or ValueError?
-        try:
-            loader.loadTestsFromNames(['abc () //'], unittest)
-        except AttributeError:
-            pass
-        except ValueError:
-            pass
-        else:
-            self.fail("TestLoader.loadTestsFromNames failed to raise ValueError")
-
-    # "The method optionally resolves name relative to the given module"
-    #
-    # Does loadTestsFromNames() make sure the provided `module` is in fact
-    # a module?
-    #
-    # XXX This validation is currently not done. This flexibility should
-    # either be documented or a TypeError should be raised.
-    def test_loadTestsFromNames__relative_not_a_module(self):
-        class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test(self):
-                pass
-
-        class NotAModule(object):
-            test_2 = MyTestCase
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames(['test_2'], NotAModule)
-
-        reference = [unittest.TestSuite([MyTestCase('test')])]
-        self.assertEqual(list(suite), reference)
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve either to
-    # a module, a test case class, a TestSuite instance, a test method
-    # within a test case class, or a callable object which returns a
-    # TestCase or TestSuite instance."
-    #
-    # Does it raise an exception if the name resolves to an invalid
-    # object?
-    def test_loadTestsFromNames__relative_bad_object(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        m.testcase_1 = object()
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        try:
-            loader.loadTestsFromNames(['testcase_1'], m)
-        except TypeError:
-            pass
-        else:
-            self.fail("Should have raised TypeError")
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to
-    # ... a test case class"
-    def test_loadTestsFromNames__relative_TestCase_subclass(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test(self):
-                pass
-        m.testcase_1 = MyTestCase
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames(['testcase_1'], m)
-        self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
-
-        expected = loader.suiteClass([MyTestCase('test')])
-        self.assertEqual(list(suite), [expected])
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to
-    # ... a TestSuite instance"
-    def test_loadTestsFromNames__relative_TestSuite(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test(self):
-                pass
-        m.testsuite = unittest.TestSuite([MyTestCase('test')])
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames(['testsuite'], m)
-        self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
-
-        self.assertEqual(list(suite), [m.testsuite])
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to ... a
-    # test method within a test case class"
-    def test_loadTestsFromNames__relative_testmethod(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test(self):
-                pass
-        m.testcase_1 = MyTestCase
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames(['testcase_1.test'], m)
-        self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
-
-        ref_suite = unittest.TestSuite([MyTestCase('test')])
-        self.assertEqual(list(suite), [ref_suite])
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to ... a
-    # test method within a test case class"
-    #
-    # Does the method gracefully handle names that initially look like they
-    # resolve to "a test method within a test case class" but don't?
-    def test_loadTestsFromNames__relative_invalid_testmethod(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        class MyTestCase(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test(self):
-                pass
-        m.testcase_1 = MyTestCase
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        try:
-            loader.loadTestsFromNames(['testcase_1.testfoo'], m)
-        except AttributeError, e:
-            self.assertEqual(str(e), "type object 'MyTestCase' has no attribute 'testfoo'")
-        else:
-            self.fail("Failed to raise AttributeError")
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to
-    # ... a callable object which returns a ... TestSuite instance"
-    def test_loadTestsFromNames__callable__TestSuite(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        testcase_1 = unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
-        testcase_2 = unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
-        def return_TestSuite():
-            return unittest.TestSuite([testcase_1, testcase_2])
-        m.return_TestSuite = return_TestSuite
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames(['return_TestSuite'], m)
-        self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
-
-        expected = unittest.TestSuite([testcase_1, testcase_2])
-        self.assertEqual(list(suite), [expected])
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to
-    # ... a callable object which returns a TestCase ... instance"
-    def test_loadTestsFromNames__callable__TestCase_instance(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        testcase_1 = unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
-        def return_TestCase():
-            return testcase_1
-        m.return_TestCase = return_TestCase
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames(['return_TestCase'], m)
-        self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
-
-        ref_suite = unittest.TestSuite([testcase_1])
-        self.assertEqual(list(suite), [ref_suite])
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to
-    # ... a callable object which returns a TestCase or TestSuite instance"
-    #
-    # Are staticmethods handled correctly?
-    def test_loadTestsFromNames__callable__call_staticmethod(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        class Test1(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test(self):
-                pass
-
-        testcase_1 = Test1('test')
-        class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-            @staticmethod
-            def foo():
-                return testcase_1
-        m.Foo = Foo
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames(['Foo.foo'], m)
-        self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
-
-        ref_suite = unittest.TestSuite([testcase_1])
-        self.assertEqual(list(suite), [ref_suite])
-
-    # "The specifier name is a ``dotted name'' that may resolve ... to
-    # ... a callable object which returns a TestCase or TestSuite instance"
-    #
-    # What happens when the callable returns something else?
-    def test_loadTestsFromNames__callable__wrong_type(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        def return_wrong():
-            return 6
-        m.return_wrong = return_wrong
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        try:
-            suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames(['return_wrong'], m)
-        except TypeError:
-            pass
-        else:
-            self.fail("TestLoader.loadTestsFromNames failed to raise TypeError")
-
-    # "The specifier can refer to modules and packages which have not been
-    # imported; they will be imported as a side-effect"
-    def test_loadTestsFromNames__module_not_loaded(self):
-        # We're going to try to load this module as a side-effect, so it
-        # better not be loaded before we try.
-        #
-        # Why pick audioop? Google shows it isn't used very often, so there's
-        # a good chance that it won't be imported when this test is run
-        module_name = 'audioop'
-
-        if module_name in sys.modules:
-            del sys.modules[module_name]
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        try:
-            suite = loader.loadTestsFromNames([module_name])
-
-            self.assertIsInstance(suite, loader.suiteClass)
-            self.assertEqual(list(suite), [unittest.TestSuite()])
-
-            # audioop should now be loaded, thanks to loadTestsFromName()
-            self.assertIn(module_name, sys.modules)
-        finally:
-            if module_name in sys.modules:
-                del sys.modules[module_name]
-
-    ################################################################
-    ### /Tests for TestLoader.loadTestsFromNames()
-
-    ### Tests for TestLoader.getTestCaseNames()
-    ################################################################
-
-    # "Return a sorted sequence of method names found within testCaseClass"
-    #
-    # Test.foobar is defined to make sure getTestCaseNames() respects
-    # loader.testMethodPrefix
-    def test_getTestCaseNames(self):
-        class Test(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test_1(self): pass
-            def test_2(self): pass
-            def foobar(self): pass
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-
-        self.assertEqual(loader.getTestCaseNames(Test), ['test_1', 'test_2'])
-
-    # "Return a sorted sequence of method names found within testCaseClass"
-    #
-    # Does getTestCaseNames() behave appropriately if no tests are found?
-    def test_getTestCaseNames__no_tests(self):
-        class Test(unittest.TestCase):
-            def foobar(self): pass
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-
-        self.assertEqual(loader.getTestCaseNames(Test), [])
-
-    # "Return a sorted sequence of method names found within testCaseClass"
-    #
-    # Are not-TestCases handled gracefully?
-    #
-    # XXX This should raise a TypeError, not return a list
-    #
-    # XXX It's too late in the 2.5 release cycle to fix this, but it should
-    # probably be revisited for 2.6
-    def test_getTestCaseNames__not_a_TestCase(self):
-        class BadCase(int):
-            def test_foo(self):
-                pass
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        names = loader.getTestCaseNames(BadCase)
-
-        self.assertEqual(names, ['test_foo'])
-
-    # "Return a sorted sequence of method names found within testCaseClass"
-    #
-    # Make sure inherited names are handled.
-    #
-    # TestP.foobar is defined to make sure getTestCaseNames() respects
-    # loader.testMethodPrefix
-    def test_getTestCaseNames__inheritance(self):
-        class TestP(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test_1(self): pass
-            def test_2(self): pass
-            def foobar(self): pass
-
-        class TestC(TestP):
-            def test_1(self): pass
-            def test_3(self): pass
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-
-        names = ['test_1', 'test_2', 'test_3']
-        self.assertEqual(loader.getTestCaseNames(TestC), names)
-
-    ################################################################
-    ### /Tests for TestLoader.getTestCaseNames()
-
-    ### Tests for TestLoader.testMethodPrefix
-    ################################################################
-
-    # "String giving the prefix of method names which will be interpreted as
-    # test methods"
-    #
-    # Implicit in the documentation is that testMethodPrefix is respected by
-    # all loadTestsFrom* methods.
-    def test_testMethodPrefix__loadTestsFromTestCase(self):
-        class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test_1(self): pass
-            def test_2(self): pass
-            def foo_bar(self): pass
-
-        tests_1 = unittest.TestSuite([Foo('foo_bar')])
-        tests_2 = unittest.TestSuite([Foo('test_1'), Foo('test_2')])
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        loader.testMethodPrefix = 'foo'
-        self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromTestCase(Foo), tests_1)
-
-        loader.testMethodPrefix = 'test'
-        self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromTestCase(Foo), tests_2)
-
-    # "String giving the prefix of method names which will be interpreted as
-    # test methods"
-    #
-    # Implicit in the documentation is that testMethodPrefix is respected by
-    # all loadTestsFrom* methods.
-    def test_testMethodPrefix__loadTestsFromModule(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test_1(self): pass
-            def test_2(self): pass
-            def foo_bar(self): pass
-        m.Foo = Foo
-
-        tests_1 = [unittest.TestSuite([Foo('foo_bar')])]
-        tests_2 = [unittest.TestSuite([Foo('test_1'), Foo('test_2')])]
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        loader.testMethodPrefix = 'foo'
-        self.assertEqual(list(loader.loadTestsFromModule(m)), tests_1)
-
-        loader.testMethodPrefix = 'test'
-        self.assertEqual(list(loader.loadTestsFromModule(m)), tests_2)
-
-    # "String giving the prefix of method names which will be interpreted as
-    # test methods"
-    #
-    # Implicit in the documentation is that testMethodPrefix is respected by
-    # all loadTestsFrom* methods.
-    def test_testMethodPrefix__loadTestsFromName(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test_1(self): pass
-            def test_2(self): pass
-            def foo_bar(self): pass
-        m.Foo = Foo
-
-        tests_1 = unittest.TestSuite([Foo('foo_bar')])
-        tests_2 = unittest.TestSuite([Foo('test_1'), Foo('test_2')])
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        loader.testMethodPrefix = 'foo'
-        self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromName('Foo', m), tests_1)
-
-        loader.testMethodPrefix = 'test'
-        self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromName('Foo', m), tests_2)
-
-    # "String giving the prefix of method names which will be interpreted as
-    # test methods"
-    #
-    # Implicit in the documentation is that testMethodPrefix is respected by
-    # all loadTestsFrom* methods.
-    def test_testMethodPrefix__loadTestsFromNames(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test_1(self): pass
-            def test_2(self): pass
-            def foo_bar(self): pass
-        m.Foo = Foo
-
-        tests_1 = unittest.TestSuite([unittest.TestSuite([Foo('foo_bar')])])
-        tests_2 = unittest.TestSuite([Foo('test_1'), Foo('test_2')])
-        tests_2 = unittest.TestSuite([tests_2])
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        loader.testMethodPrefix = 'foo'
-        self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromNames(['Foo'], m), tests_1)
-
-        loader.testMethodPrefix = 'test'
-        self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromNames(['Foo'], m), tests_2)
-
-    # "The default value is 'test'"
-    def test_testMethodPrefix__default_value(self):
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        self.assertTrue(loader.testMethodPrefix == 'test')
-
-    ################################################################
-    ### /Tests for TestLoader.testMethodPrefix
-
-    ### Tests for TestLoader.sortTestMethodsUsing
-    ################################################################
-
-    # "Function to be used to compare method names when sorting them in
-    # getTestCaseNames() and all the loadTestsFromX() methods"
-    def test_sortTestMethodsUsing__loadTestsFromTestCase(self):
-        def reversed_cmp(x, y):
-            return -cmp(x, y)
-
-        class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test_1(self): pass
-            def test_2(self): pass
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        loader.sortTestMethodsUsing = reversed_cmp
-
-        tests = loader.suiteClass([Foo('test_2'), Foo('test_1')])
-        self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromTestCase(Foo), tests)
-
-    # "Function to be used to compare method names when sorting them in
-    # getTestCaseNames() and all the loadTestsFromX() methods"
-    def test_sortTestMethodsUsing__loadTestsFromModule(self):
-        def reversed_cmp(x, y):
-            return -cmp(x, y)
-
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test_1(self): pass
-            def test_2(self): pass
-        m.Foo = Foo
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        loader.sortTestMethodsUsing = reversed_cmp
-
-        tests = [loader.suiteClass([Foo('test_2'), Foo('test_1')])]
-        self.assertEqual(list(loader.loadTestsFromModule(m)), tests)
-
-    # "Function to be used to compare method names when sorting them in
-    # getTestCaseNames() and all the loadTestsFromX() methods"
-    def test_sortTestMethodsUsing__loadTestsFromName(self):
-        def reversed_cmp(x, y):
-            return -cmp(x, y)
-
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test_1(self): pass
-            def test_2(self): pass
-        m.Foo = Foo
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        loader.sortTestMethodsUsing = reversed_cmp
-
-        tests = loader.suiteClass([Foo('test_2'), Foo('test_1')])
-        self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromName('Foo', m), tests)
-
-    # "Function to be used to compare method names when sorting them in
-    # getTestCaseNames() and all the loadTestsFromX() methods"
-    def test_sortTestMethodsUsing__loadTestsFromNames(self):
-        def reversed_cmp(x, y):
-            return -cmp(x, y)
-
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test_1(self): pass
-            def test_2(self): pass
-        m.Foo = Foo
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        loader.sortTestMethodsUsing = reversed_cmp
-
-        tests = [loader.suiteClass([Foo('test_2'), Foo('test_1')])]
-        self.assertEqual(list(loader.loadTestsFromNames(['Foo'], m)), tests)
-
-    # "Function to be used to compare method names when sorting them in
-    # getTestCaseNames()"
-    #
-    # Does it actually affect getTestCaseNames()?
-    def test_sortTestMethodsUsing__getTestCaseNames(self):
-        def reversed_cmp(x, y):
-            return -cmp(x, y)
-
-        class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test_1(self): pass
-            def test_2(self): pass
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        loader.sortTestMethodsUsing = reversed_cmp
-
-        test_names = ['test_2', 'test_1']
-        self.assertEqual(loader.getTestCaseNames(Foo), test_names)
-
-    # "The default value is the built-in cmp() function"
-    def test_sortTestMethodsUsing__default_value(self):
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        self.assertTrue(loader.sortTestMethodsUsing is cmp)
-
-    # "it can be set to None to disable the sort."
-    #
-    # XXX How is this different from reassigning cmp? Are the tests returned
-    # in a random order or something? This behaviour should die
-    def test_sortTestMethodsUsing__None(self):
-        class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test_1(self): pass
-            def test_2(self): pass
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        loader.sortTestMethodsUsing = None
-
-        test_names = ['test_2', 'test_1']
-        self.assertEqual(set(loader.getTestCaseNames(Foo)), set(test_names))
-
-    ################################################################
-    ### /Tests for TestLoader.sortTestMethodsUsing
-
-    ### Tests for TestLoader.suiteClass
-    ################################################################
-
-    # "Callable object that constructs a test suite from a list of tests."
-    def test_suiteClass__loadTestsFromTestCase(self):
-        class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test_1(self): pass
-            def test_2(self): pass
-            def foo_bar(self): pass
-
-        tests = [Foo('test_1'), Foo('test_2')]
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        loader.suiteClass = list
-        self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromTestCase(Foo), tests)
-
-    # It is implicit in the documentation for TestLoader.suiteClass that
-    # all TestLoader.loadTestsFrom* methods respect it. Let's make sure
-    def test_suiteClass__loadTestsFromModule(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test_1(self): pass
-            def test_2(self): pass
-            def foo_bar(self): pass
-        m.Foo = Foo
-
-        tests = [[Foo('test_1'), Foo('test_2')]]
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        loader.suiteClass = list
-        self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromModule(m), tests)
-
-    # It is implicit in the documentation for TestLoader.suiteClass that
-    # all TestLoader.loadTestsFrom* methods respect it. Let's make sure
-    def test_suiteClass__loadTestsFromName(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test_1(self): pass
-            def test_2(self): pass
-            def foo_bar(self): pass
-        m.Foo = Foo
-
-        tests = [Foo('test_1'), Foo('test_2')]
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        loader.suiteClass = list
-        self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromName('Foo', m), tests)
-
-    # It is implicit in the documentation for TestLoader.suiteClass that
-    # all TestLoader.loadTestsFrom* methods respect it. Let's make sure
-    def test_suiteClass__loadTestsFromNames(self):
-        m = types.ModuleType('m')
-        class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test_1(self): pass
-            def test_2(self): pass
-            def foo_bar(self): pass
-        m.Foo = Foo
-
-        tests = [[Foo('test_1'), Foo('test_2')]]
-
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        loader.suiteClass = list
-        self.assertEqual(loader.loadTestsFromNames(['Foo'], m), tests)
-
-    # "The default value is the TestSuite class"
-    def test_suiteClass__default_value(self):
-        loader = unittest.TestLoader()
-        self.assertTrue(loader.suiteClass is unittest.TestSuite)
-
-    ################################################################
-    ### /Tests for TestLoader.suiteClass
-
-### Support code for Test_TestSuite
-################################################################
-
-class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-    def test_1(self): pass
-    def test_2(self): pass
-    def test_3(self): pass
-    def runTest(self): pass
-
-def _mk_TestSuite(*names):
-    return unittest.TestSuite(Foo(n) for n in names)
-
-################################################################
-### /Support code for Test_TestSuite
-
-class Test_TestSuite(TestCase, TestEquality):
-
-    ### Set up attributes needed by inherited tests
-    ################################################################
-
-    # Used by TestEquality.test_eq
-    eq_pairs = [(unittest.TestSuite(), unittest.TestSuite())
-               ,(unittest.TestSuite(), unittest.TestSuite([]))
-               ,(_mk_TestSuite('test_1'), _mk_TestSuite('test_1'))]
-
-    # Used by TestEquality.test_ne
-    ne_pairs = [(unittest.TestSuite(), _mk_TestSuite('test_1'))
-               ,(unittest.TestSuite([]), _mk_TestSuite('test_1'))
-               ,(_mk_TestSuite('test_1', 'test_2'), _mk_TestSuite('test_1', 'test_3'))
-               ,(_mk_TestSuite('test_1'), _mk_TestSuite('test_2'))]
-
-    ################################################################
-    ### /Set up attributes needed by inherited tests
-
-    ### Tests for TestSuite.__init__
-    ################################################################
-
-    # "class TestSuite([tests])"
-    #
-    # The tests iterable should be optional
-    def test_init__tests_optional(self):
-        suite = unittest.TestSuite()
-
-        self.assertEqual(suite.countTestCases(), 0)
-
-    # "class TestSuite([tests])"
-    # ...
-    # "If tests is given, it must be an iterable of individual test cases
-    # or other test suites that will be used to build the suite initially"
-    #
-    # TestSuite should deal with empty tests iterables by allowing the
-    # creation of an empty suite
-    def test_init__empty_tests(self):
-        suite = unittest.TestSuite([])
-
-        self.assertEqual(suite.countTestCases(), 0)
-
-    # "class TestSuite([tests])"
-    # ...
-    # "If tests is given, it must be an iterable of individual test cases
-    # or other test suites that will be used to build the suite initially"
-    #
-    # TestSuite should allow any iterable to provide tests
-    def test_init__tests_from_any_iterable(self):
-        def tests():
-            yield unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
-            yield unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
-
-        suite_1 = unittest.TestSuite(tests())
-        self.assertEqual(suite_1.countTestCases(), 2)
-
-        suite_2 = unittest.TestSuite(suite_1)
-        self.assertEqual(suite_2.countTestCases(), 2)
-
-        suite_3 = unittest.TestSuite(set(suite_1))
-        self.assertEqual(suite_3.countTestCases(), 2)
-
-    # "class TestSuite([tests])"
-    # ...
-    # "If tests is given, it must be an iterable of individual test cases
-    # or other test suites that will be used to build the suite initially"
-    #
-    # Does TestSuite() also allow other TestSuite() instances to be present
-    # in the tests iterable?
-    def test_init__TestSuite_instances_in_tests(self):
-        def tests():
-            ftc = unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
-            yield unittest.TestSuite([ftc])
-            yield unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
-
-        suite = unittest.TestSuite(tests())
-        self.assertEqual(suite.countTestCases(), 2)
-
-    ################################################################
-    ### /Tests for TestSuite.__init__
-
-    # Container types should support the iter protocol
-    def test_iter(self):
-        test1 = unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
-        test2 = unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
-        suite = unittest.TestSuite((test1, test2))
-
-        self.assertEqual(list(suite), [test1, test2])
-
-    # "Return the number of tests represented by the this test object.
-    # ...this method is also implemented by the TestSuite class, which can
-    # return larger [greater than 1] values"
-    #
-    # Presumably an empty TestSuite returns 0?
-    def test_countTestCases_zero_simple(self):
-        suite = unittest.TestSuite()
-
-        self.assertEqual(suite.countTestCases(), 0)
-
-    # "Return the number of tests represented by the this test object.
-    # ...this method is also implemented by the TestSuite class, which can
-    # return larger [greater than 1] values"
-    #
-    # Presumably an empty TestSuite (even if it contains other empty
-    # TestSuite instances) returns 0?
-    def test_countTestCases_zero_nested(self):
-        class Test1(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test(self):
-                pass
-
-        suite = unittest.TestSuite([unittest.TestSuite()])
-
-        self.assertEqual(suite.countTestCases(), 0)
-
-    # "Return the number of tests represented by the this test object.
-    # ...this method is also implemented by the TestSuite class, which can
-    # return larger [greater than 1] values"
-    def test_countTestCases_simple(self):
-        test1 = unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
-        test2 = unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
-        suite = unittest.TestSuite((test1, test2))
-
-        self.assertEqual(suite.countTestCases(), 2)
-
-    # "Return the number of tests represented by the this test object.
-    # ...this method is also implemented by the TestSuite class, which can
-    # return larger [greater than 1] values"
-    #
-    # Make sure this holds for nested TestSuite instances, too
-    def test_countTestCases_nested(self):
-        class Test1(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test1(self): pass
-            def test2(self): pass
-
-        test2 = unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
-        test3 = unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
-        child = unittest.TestSuite((Test1('test2'), test2))
-        parent = unittest.TestSuite((test3, child, Test1('test1')))
-
-        self.assertEqual(parent.countTestCases(), 4)
-
-    # "Run the tests associated with this suite, collecting the result into
-    # the test result object passed as result."
-    #
-    # And if there are no tests? What then?
-    def test_run__empty_suite(self):
-        events = []
-        result = LoggingResult(events)
-
-        suite = unittest.TestSuite()
-
-        suite.run(result)
-
-        self.assertEqual(events, [])
-
-    # "Note that unlike TestCase.run(), TestSuite.run() requires the
-    # "result object to be passed in."
-    def test_run__requires_result(self):
-        suite = unittest.TestSuite()
-
-        try:
-            suite.run()
-        except TypeError:
-            pass
-        else:
-            self.fail("Failed to raise TypeError")
-
-    # "Run the tests associated with this suite, collecting the result into
-    # the test result object passed as result."
-    def test_run(self):
-        events = []
-        result = LoggingResult(events)
-
-        class LoggingCase(unittest.TestCase):
-            def run(self, result):
-                events.append('run %s' % self._testMethodName)
-
-            def test1(self): pass
-            def test2(self): pass
-
-        tests = [LoggingCase('test1'), LoggingCase('test2')]
-
-        unittest.TestSuite(tests).run(result)
-
-        self.assertEqual(events, ['run test1', 'run test2'])
-
-    # "Add a TestCase ... to the suite"
-    def test_addTest__TestCase(self):
-        class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test(self): pass
-
-        test = Foo('test')
-        suite = unittest.TestSuite()
-
-        suite.addTest(test)
-
-        self.assertEqual(suite.countTestCases(), 1)
-        self.assertEqual(list(suite), [test])
-
-    # "Add a ... TestSuite to the suite"
-    def test_addTest__TestSuite(self):
-        class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test(self): pass
-
-        suite_2 = unittest.TestSuite([Foo('test')])
-
-        suite = unittest.TestSuite()
-        suite.addTest(suite_2)
-
-        self.assertEqual(suite.countTestCases(), 1)
-        self.assertEqual(list(suite), [suite_2])
-
-    # "Add all the tests from an iterable of TestCase and TestSuite
-    # instances to this test suite."
-    #
-    # "This is equivalent to iterating over tests, calling addTest() for
-    # each element"
-    def test_addTests(self):
-        class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test_1(self): pass
-            def test_2(self): pass
-
-        test_1 = Foo('test_1')
-        test_2 = Foo('test_2')
-        inner_suite = unittest.TestSuite([test_2])
-
-        def gen():
-            yield test_1
-            yield test_2
-            yield inner_suite
-
-        suite_1 = unittest.TestSuite()
-        suite_1.addTests(gen())
-
-        self.assertEqual(list(suite_1), list(gen()))
-
-        # "This is equivalent to iterating over tests, calling addTest() for
-        # each element"
-        suite_2 = unittest.TestSuite()
-        for t in gen():
-            suite_2.addTest(t)
-
-        self.assertEqual(suite_1, suite_2)
-
-    # "Add all the tests from an iterable of TestCase and TestSuite
-    # instances to this test suite."
-    #
-    # What happens if it doesn't get an iterable?
-    def test_addTest__noniterable(self):
-        suite = unittest.TestSuite()
-
-        try:
-            suite.addTests(5)
-        except TypeError:
-            pass
-        else:
-            self.fail("Failed to raise TypeError")
-
-    def test_addTest__noncallable(self):
-        suite = unittest.TestSuite()
-        self.assertRaises(TypeError, suite.addTest, 5)
-
-    def test_addTest__casesuiteclass(self):
-        suite = unittest.TestSuite()
-        self.assertRaises(TypeError, suite.addTest, Test_TestSuite)
-        self.assertRaises(TypeError, suite.addTest, unittest.TestSuite)
-
-    def test_addTests__string(self):
-        suite = unittest.TestSuite()
-        self.assertRaises(TypeError, suite.addTests, "foo")
-
-
-class Test_FunctionTestCase(TestCase):
-
-    # "Return the number of tests represented by the this test object. For
-    # TestCase instances, this will always be 1"
-    def test_countTestCases(self):
-        test = unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
-
-        self.assertEqual(test.countTestCases(), 1)
-
-    # "When a setUp() method is defined, the test runner will run that method
-    # prior to each test. Likewise, if a tearDown() method is defined, the
-    # test runner will invoke that method after each test. In the example,
-    # setUp() was used to create a fresh sequence for each test."
-    #
-    # Make sure the proper call order is maintained, even if setUp() raises
-    # an exception.
-    def test_run_call_order__error_in_setUp(self):
-        events = []
-        result = LoggingResult(events)
-
-        def setUp():
-            events.append('setUp')
-            raise RuntimeError('raised by setUp')
-
-        def test():
-            events.append('test')
-
-        def tearDown():
-            events.append('tearDown')
-
-        expected = ['startTest', 'setUp', 'addError', 'stopTest']
-        unittest.FunctionTestCase(test, setUp, tearDown).run(result)
-        self.assertEqual(events, expected)
-
-    # "When a setUp() method is defined, the test runner will run that method
-    # prior to each test. Likewise, if a tearDown() method is defined, the
-    # test runner will invoke that method after each test. In the example,
-    # setUp() was used to create a fresh sequence for each test."
-    #
-    # Make sure the proper call order is maintained, even if the test raises
-    # an error (as opposed to a failure).
-    def test_run_call_order__error_in_test(self):
-        events = []
-        result = LoggingResult(events)
-
-        def setUp():
-            events.append('setUp')
-
-        def test():
-            events.append('test')
-            raise RuntimeError('raised by test')
-
-        def tearDown():
-            events.append('tearDown')
-
-        expected = ['startTest', 'setUp', 'test', 'addError', 'tearDown',
-                    'stopTest']
-        unittest.FunctionTestCase(test, setUp, tearDown).run(result)
-        self.assertEqual(events, expected)
-
-    # "When a setUp() method is defined, the test runner will run that method
-    # prior to each test. Likewise, if a tearDown() method is defined, the
-    # test runner will invoke that method after each test. In the example,
-    # setUp() was used to create a fresh sequence for each test."
-    #
-    # Make sure the proper call order is maintained, even if the test signals
-    # a failure (as opposed to an error).
-    def test_run_call_order__failure_in_test(self):
-        events = []
-        result = LoggingResult(events)
-
-        def setUp():
-            events.append('setUp')
-
-        def test():
-            events.append('test')
-            self.fail('raised by test')
-
-        def tearDown():
-            events.append('tearDown')
-
-        expected = ['startTest', 'setUp', 'test', 'addFailure', 'tearDown',
-                    'stopTest']
-        unittest.FunctionTestCase(test, setUp, tearDown).run(result)
-        self.assertEqual(events, expected)
-
-    # "When a setUp() method is defined, the test runner will run that method
-    # prior to each test. Likewise, if a tearDown() method is defined, the
-    # test runner will invoke that method after each test. In the example,
-    # setUp() was used to create a fresh sequence for each test."
-    #
-    # Make sure the proper call order is maintained, even if tearDown() raises
-    # an exception.
-    def test_run_call_order__error_in_tearDown(self):
-        events = []
-        result = LoggingResult(events)
-
-        def setUp():
-            events.append('setUp')
-
-        def test():
-            events.append('test')
-
-        def tearDown():
-            events.append('tearDown')
-            raise RuntimeError('raised by tearDown')
-
-        expected = ['startTest', 'setUp', 'test', 'tearDown', 'addError',
-                    'stopTest']
-        unittest.FunctionTestCase(test, setUp, tearDown).run(result)
-        self.assertEqual(events, expected)
-
-    # "Return a string identifying the specific test case."
-    #
-    # Because of the vague nature of the docs, I'm not going to lock this
-    # test down too much. Really all that can be asserted is that the id()
-    # will be a string (either 8-byte or unicode -- again, because the docs
-    # just say "string")
-    def test_id(self):
-        test = unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
-
-        self.assertIsInstance(test.id(), basestring)
-
-    # "Returns a one-line description of the test, or None if no description
-    # has been provided. The default implementation of this method returns
-    # the first line of the test method's docstring, if available, or None."
-    def test_shortDescription__no_docstring(self):
-        test = unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None)
-
-        self.assertEqual(test.shortDescription(), None)
-
-    # "Returns a one-line description of the test, or None if no description
-    # has been provided. The default implementation of this method returns
-    # the first line of the test method's docstring, if available, or None."
-    def test_shortDescription__singleline_docstring(self):
-        desc = "this tests foo"
-        test = unittest.FunctionTestCase(lambda: None, description=desc)
-
-        self.assertEqual(test.shortDescription(), "this tests foo")
-
-class Test_TestResult(TestCase):
-    # Note: there are not separate tests for TestResult.wasSuccessful(),
-    # TestResult.errors, TestResult.failures, TestResult.testsRun or
-    # TestResult.shouldStop because these only have meaning in terms of
-    # other TestResult methods.
-    #
-    # Accordingly, tests for the aforenamed attributes are incorporated
-    # in with the tests for the defining methods.
-    ################################################################
-
-    def test_init(self):
-        result = unittest.TestResult()
-
-        self.assertTrue(result.wasSuccessful())
-        self.assertEqual(len(result.errors), 0)
-        self.assertEqual(len(result.failures), 0)
-        self.assertEqual(result.testsRun, 0)
-        self.assertEqual(result.shouldStop, False)
-
-    # "This method can be called to signal that the set of tests being
-    # run should be aborted by setting the TestResult's shouldStop
-    # attribute to True."
-    def test_stop(self):
-        result = unittest.TestResult()
-
-        result.stop()
-
-        self.assertEqual(result.shouldStop, True)
-
-    # "Called when the test case test is about to be run. The default
-    # implementation simply increments the instance's testsRun counter."
-    def test_startTest(self):
-        class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test_1(self):
-                pass
-
-        test = Foo('test_1')
-
-        result = unittest.TestResult()
-
-        result.startTest(test)
-
-        self.assertTrue(result.wasSuccessful())
-        self.assertEqual(len(result.errors), 0)
-        self.assertEqual(len(result.failures), 0)
-        self.assertEqual(result.testsRun, 1)
-        self.assertEqual(result.shouldStop, False)
-
-        result.stopTest(test)
-
-    # "Called after the test case test has been executed, regardless of
-    # the outcome. The default implementation does nothing."
-    def test_stopTest(self):
-        class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test_1(self):
-                pass
-
-        test = Foo('test_1')
-
-        result = unittest.TestResult()
-
-        result.startTest(test)
-
-        self.assertTrue(result.wasSuccessful())
-        self.assertEqual(len(result.errors), 0)
-        self.assertEqual(len(result.failures), 0)
-        self.assertEqual(result.testsRun, 1)
-        self.assertEqual(result.shouldStop, False)
-
-        result.stopTest(test)
-
-        # Same tests as above; make sure nothing has changed
-        self.assertTrue(result.wasSuccessful())
-        self.assertEqual(len(result.errors), 0)
-        self.assertEqual(len(result.failures), 0)
-        self.assertEqual(result.testsRun, 1)
-        self.assertEqual(result.shouldStop, False)
-
-    # "Called before and after tests are run. The default implementation does nothing."
-    def test_startTestRun_stopTestRun(self):
-        result = unittest.TestResult()
-        result.startTestRun()
-        result.stopTestRun()
-
-    # "addSuccess(test)"
-    # ...
-    # "Called when the test case test succeeds"
-    # ...
-    # "wasSuccessful() - Returns True if all tests run so far have passed,
-    # otherwise returns False"
-    # ...
-    # "testsRun - The total number of tests run so far."
-    # ...
-    # "errors - A list containing 2-tuples of TestCase instances and
-    # formatted tracebacks. Each tuple represents a test which raised an
-    # unexpected exception. Contains formatted
-    # tracebacks instead of sys.exc_info() results."
-    # ...
-    # "failures - A list containing 2-tuples of TestCase instances and
-    # formatted tracebacks. Each tuple represents a test where a failure was
-    # explicitly signalled using the TestCase.fail*() or TestCase.assert*()
-    # methods. Contains formatted tracebacks instead
-    # of sys.exc_info() results."
-    def test_addSuccess(self):
-        class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test_1(self):
-                pass
-
-        test = Foo('test_1')
-
-        result = unittest.TestResult()
-
-        result.startTest(test)
-        result.addSuccess(test)
-        result.stopTest(test)
-
-        self.assertTrue(result.wasSuccessful())
-        self.assertEqual(len(result.errors), 0)
-        self.assertEqual(len(result.failures), 0)
-        self.assertEqual(result.testsRun, 1)
-        self.assertEqual(result.shouldStop, False)
-
-    # "addFailure(test, err)"
-    # ...
-    # "Called when the test case test signals a failure. err is a tuple of
-    # the form returned by sys.exc_info(): (type, value, traceback)"
-    # ...
-    # "wasSuccessful() - Returns True if all tests run so far have passed,
-    # otherwise returns False"
-    # ...
-    # "testsRun - The total number of tests run so far."
-    # ...
-    # "errors - A list containing 2-tuples of TestCase instances and
-    # formatted tracebacks. Each tuple represents a test which raised an
-    # unexpected exception. Contains formatted
-    # tracebacks instead of sys.exc_info() results."
-    # ...
-    # "failures - A list containing 2-tuples of TestCase instances and
-    # formatted tracebacks. Each tuple represents a test where a failure was
-    # explicitly signalled using the TestCase.fail*() or TestCase.assert*()
-    # methods. Contains formatted tracebacks instead
-    # of sys.exc_info() results."
-    def test_addFailure(self):
-        class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test_1(self):
-                pass
-
-        test = Foo('test_1')
-        try:
-            test.fail("foo")
-        except:
-            exc_info_tuple = sys.exc_info()
-
-        result = unittest.TestResult()
-
-        result.startTest(test)
-        result.addFailure(test, exc_info_tuple)
-        result.stopTest(test)
-
-        self.assertFalse(result.wasSuccessful())
-        self.assertEqual(len(result.errors), 0)
-        self.assertEqual(len(result.failures), 1)
-        self.assertEqual(result.testsRun, 1)
-        self.assertEqual(result.shouldStop, False)
-
-        test_case, formatted_exc = result.failures[0]
-        self.assertTrue(test_case is test)
-        self.assertIsInstance(formatted_exc, str)
-
-    # "addError(test, err)"
-    # ...
-    # "Called when the test case test raises an unexpected exception err
-    # is a tuple of the form returned by sys.exc_info():
-    # (type, value, traceback)"
-    # ...
-    # "wasSuccessful() - Returns True if all tests run so far have passed,
-    # otherwise returns False"
-    # ...
-    # "testsRun - The total number of tests run so far."
-    # ...
-    # "errors - A list containing 2-tuples of TestCase instances and
-    # formatted tracebacks. Each tuple represents a test which raised an
-    # unexpected exception. Contains formatted
-    # tracebacks instead of sys.exc_info() results."
-    # ...
-    # "failures - A list containing 2-tuples of TestCase instances and
-    # formatted tracebacks. Each tuple represents a test where a failure was
-    # explicitly signalled using the TestCase.fail*() or TestCase.assert*()
-    # methods. Contains formatted tracebacks instead
-    # of sys.exc_info() results."
-    def test_addError(self):
-        class Foo(unittest.TestCase):
-            def test_1(self):
-                pass
-
-        test = Foo('test_1')
-        try:
-            raise TypeError()
-        except:
-            exc_info_tuple = sys.exc_info()
-
-        result = unittest.TestResult()
-
-        result.startTest(test)
-        result.addError(test, exc_info_tuple)
-        result.stopTest(test)
-
-        self.assertFalse(result.wasSuccessful())
-        self.assertEqual(len(result.errors), 1)
-        self.assertEqual(len(result.failures), 0)
-        self.assertEqual(result.testsRun, 1)
-        self.assertEqual(result.shouldStop, False)
-
-        test_case, formatted_exc = result.errors[0]
-        self.assertTrue(test_case is test)
-        self.assertIsInstance(formatted_exc, str)
-
-    def testGetDescriptionWithoutDocstring(self):
-        result = unittest.TextTestResult(None, True, 1)
-        self.assertEqual(
-                result.getDescription(self),
-                'testGetDescriptionWithoutDocstring (' + __name__ +
-                '.Test_TestResult)')
-
-    def testGetDescriptionWithOneLineDocstring(self):
-        """Tests getDescription() for a method with a docstring."""
-        result = unittest.TextTestResult(None, True, 1)
-        self.assertEqual(
-                result.getDescription(self),
-               ('testGetDescriptionWithOneLineDocstring '
-                '(' + __name__ + '.Test_TestResult)\n'