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First insight of the day

The trials of testing

PyCharm is a great IDE for Python development. Its support for Django projects is really good (if only it applied environment variables from the Django project setup to run configurations …).

As with everything Python, the structure of Django projects is not set in stone and everyone has their own preferred style. Mine is to have applications in (below) a common subdirectory. Unfortunately this means that Django’s built-in test framework (or possibly just unittest) does not find the tests on its own and I had to invent some complicated workarounds to automate them to my satisfaction.

This morning I discovered that all it needs to work is for me to tell it that that common subdirectory is a module by giving it an

Written on January 31, 2022