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Ned Batchelder
Latest sample HTML (only version number changed).
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coverage-3.3.1
Ned Batchelder
Make a real 3.3.1 release
Ned Batchelder
Don't let parallel=True prevent reporting. Fixes #49.
Ned Batchelder
The niggling errors cleaning directories on Windows 7 seem to be fixed by this function which was only meant to help diagnose the problem. A heisenbug!
Ned Batchelder
Some tweaks to mock.py to get patching to work on 2.3 and 3.1, though 2.3 is kind of useless for this...
Ned Batchelder
Don't test 2.7 yet, 'setup.py develop' doesn't seem to work yet.
Ned Batchelder
We'll call this 3.3.1
Ned Batchelder
If the user's code calls sys.exit(), honor the request and exit with that status. Fixes issue #50.
Ned Batchelder
Added some other resources, but commented out.
Ned Batchelder
Spaces
Ned Batchelder
Learned something about bitbucket's ticket system.
Ned Batchelder
Clarify a comment
Ned Batchelder
Coverage 3.3
Ned Batchelder
Oops, left in a placeholder.
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coverage-3.3
Ned Batchelder
There're always tweaks to the release process during releases.
Ned Batchelder
Latest sample HTML output
Ned Batchelder
When emulating the Python interpreter, don't print SystemExits tracebacks.
Ned Batchelder
Move the version number to 3.3
Ned Batchelder
Christophe Zwerschke has graciously volunteered to build win64 kits.
Ned Batchelder
Docs functionally complete for 3.3
Ned Batchelder
Cleaning line endings
Ned Batchelder
Updating docs
Ned Batchelder
Python source files that don't end with a newline can now be executed, fixing #47.
Ned Batchelder
Spaces
Ned Batchelder
Fiddling with docs for 3.3
Ned Batchelder
Lint cleanups
Ned Batchelder
A better way to test for correct handling of tracebacks during product code execution.
Ned Batchelder
If the product code throws an exception, 'coverage run' now produces the same traceback as 'python' would, without the coverage-internal frames distracting from your code.
Ned Batchelder
Clean up the lst += string stuff, whereby string being iterable means each char is added as an element of the list. Also, apply the 'join is better than append' rule to other places, where, alas, it doesn't seem to have the same magic effect.
Ned Batchelder
You know that thing they say about how ''.join(slist) is faster than s1 += s? It's really true. This one change removed 90% of the templite time, and 59% of the html report generation time.
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