Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Ticket #27150


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Timestamp:
01/27/19 17:35:06 (19 months ago)
Author:
jdemeyer
Comment:

It's just a UI issue. Everything is behaving as it should be...

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  • Ticket #27150

    • Property Priority changed from critical to minor
    • Property Summary changed from Fix Python 3 Sage doctesting to Better UI for Python 3 Sage doctesting
  • Ticket #27150 – Description

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    1 running `sage -t` in a Python 2 or Python 3 installation of Sage results in a wrong set of `--optional` flags
     1running `sage -t` in a Python 2 or Python 3 installation of Sage results in a seemingly wrong set of `--optional` flags
    22{{{
    33$ sage -t XXX
     
    66...
    77}}}
    8 In a Python 2 installation the `py2` should be there (the `python2` appearing is quite weird). While on Python 3 it should be `py3`. For now, a lot of doctests are simply ignored by the default `sage -t` command.
     8In a Python 2 installation the `py2` should be there (and the `python2` appearing because of a is quite weird). While on Python 3 it should be `py3`.
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    1010See also [https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sage-devel/n0fn8JwtKys this sage-devel thread].
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    13 Current workaround
    14 - On python 2 run `sage -t --optional=sage,py2`
    15 - On Python 3 run `sage -t --optional=sage,py3`