Monday, 30 March 2009

Waferslim 0.9.1 released

This is a minor point-release, including fixes for unicode handling (in the python2.5 branch only), an additional server startup option --encoding, and usage notes in the README file. It's available from the usual places (Python cheese shop and Launchpad).


  1. I tried the most recent version with Python 2.6. When I use an egg downloaded directly my Fitnesse just stacks. I do can make it running with manual install, but there two major show stoppers: a) the proprietary module import does not work with non-trivial 3rd parties (in may case it was sqlalchemy, but I suspect many others would not work also); b) with import module cache disabled it does work for the first table and is stuck at the second (so far I was unable to understand why). I urgently need to find a Fit/Fitnesse solution for one of my projects and am currently hesitating what to do. Can we somehow communicate through e-mail to see if there is a reasonably short path? My direct e-mail is

  2. it's weird but when I import 3rd party packages (e.g. nose) on the module level - they cannot be imported. However, if the import is done inside the testing class method - everything works fine.
    Any ideas?

  3. This bug has been fixed in the 1.0 release