These are chat archives for openworm/ChannelWorm

24th
Jul 2015
Vahid Ghayoomie
@VahidGh
Jul 24 2015 11:47
@travs, As discussed before for merging them, we need to either remove the dist directory from .gitignore in dev branch or change the name of dist directory in the master.
Travis Jacobs
@travs
Jul 24 2015 14:43
@VahidGh ok, I can remove it form the .gitignore for sure
Travis Jacobs
@travs
Jul 24 2015 16:50
@VahidGh Done. Dev is now 34 commits ahead of master
Since @stripathy is free after today, why don't we just meet at the hackathon Sunday?
Travis Jacobs
@travs
Jul 24 2015 16:55
Also @VahidGh, notice that there are some tests for the adapters in ion_channel/test.py
What other tests were we thinking about adding to channelworm?
Vahid Ghayoomie
@VahidGh
Jul 24 2015 17:27
@travs, sounds good.
Those test directories are created by default by Django.
Travis Jacobs
@travs
Jul 24 2015 17:29
The test files?
yes, I wonder if we can move them all to our global test directory
may have to configure the django project since ./manage.py test seems to need tests in each app directory
Vahid Ghayoomie
@VahidGh
Jul 24 2015 17:30
There is still nothing implemented, but if they are related to django, should be in their structure I guess
Travis Jacobs
@travs
Jul 24 2015 17:31
Yes definitely
I have been using nose temporarily for channelworm tests, but pyopenworm is adopting py.test. @VahidGh Do you have any preference for testing framework?
Vahid Ghayoomie
@VahidGh
Jul 24 2015 17:38
We may check how we can integrate Nose with the django approach.
Travis Jacobs
@travs
Jul 24 2015 17:39
Right, there's a 3rd party package called django-nose, but I don't know how well it is supported :\
Vahid Ghayoomie
@VahidGh
Jul 24 2015 17:40
Great, so we can go through it.