pytest redirect_stdin fixture patch

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pytest redirect_stdin fixture patch

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Hi Duplicity team,
thanks for your continued effort in maintaining and improving this handy
product.

I'd like to contribute following patch, that makes it possible to run
all tests at once. No need for nocapture marker and two separate
executions of pytest in tox.ini or during development. Would you
consider incorporating it?

Also I'd like to give a hand with 2to3 transition, currently I'm working
on adorning strings. What is the preferred way of submitting patches? I
currently don't maintain Launchpad account. I track my changes in Git
and import from lp using git-remote-bzr. Is it feasible for you to grab
my coming changes from say GitHub using similar tool?

Best regards,
Radim Tobolka


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Re: pytest redirect_stdin fixture patch

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Hi Radim,

Thanks for the patch.  It works!

As to git to/from bzr, do you know if the conversion tools loose any history?  That's my main sticking point on conversion.

For now, a simple patch file (git diff) works for me.

...Thanks,
...Ken


On Sat, Sep 29, 2018 at 7:04 AM Radim Tobolka via Duplicity-talk <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi Duplicity team,
thanks for your continued effort in maintaining and improving this handy
product.

I'd like to contribute following patch, that makes it possible to run
all tests at once. No need for nocapture marker and two separate
executions of pytest in tox.ini or during development. Would you
consider incorporating it?

Also I'd like to give a hand with 2to3 transition, currently I'm working
on adorning strings. What is the preferred way of submitting patches? I
currently don't maintain Launchpad account. I track my changes in Git
and import from lp using git-remote-bzr. Is it feasible for you to grab
my coming changes from say GitHub using similar tool?

Best regards,
Radim Tobolka

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Hi Ken,
sorry for late reply. The conversion tools should preserve history, git-remote-bzr does. As for the other way round, https://launchpad.net/bzr-git comes into mind, but I haven't tried it.
I'm ok with diffs too for the time being.

Thanks,
Radim

On 10/4/18 4:34 PM, Kenneth Loafman wrote:
Hi Radim,

Thanks for the patch.  It works!

As to git to/from bzr, do you know if the conversion tools loose any history?  That's my main sticking point on conversion.

For now, a simple patch file (git diff) works for me.

...Thanks,
...Ken


On Sat, Sep 29, 2018 at 7:04 AM Radim Tobolka via Duplicity-talk <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi Duplicity team,
thanks for your continued effort in maintaining and improving this handy
product.

I'd like to contribute following patch, that makes it possible to run
all tests at once. No need for nocapture marker and two separate
executions of pytest in tox.ini or during development. Would you
consider incorporating it?

Also I'd like to give a hand with 2to3 transition, currently I'm working
on adorning strings. What is the preferred way of submitting patches? I
currently don't maintain Launchpad account. I track my changes in Git
and import from lp using git-remote-bzr. Is it feasible for you to grab
my coming changes from say GitHub using similar tool?

Best regards,
Radim Tobolka

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