`p2p_segwit.py` is a very long test, composed of multiple subtests. When it fails it’s difficult to debug for a couple of reasons:
– Control flow jumps between different methods in the test class, so it’s a little difficult to follow the code.
– state may be carried forward unintentionally from one subtest to the next.
Improve that by wrapping the subtests with a `@subtest` decorator which:
– logs progress
– asserts state after each subtest
As usual, I’ve also included a few commits which generally tidy up the test and improve style.
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— Commit Summary —
* [tests] p2p_segwit: Fix flake8 warnings.
* [tests] p2p_segwit: Make sure each subtest leaves utxos for the next.
* [tests] p2p_segwit: standardise comments/docstrings.
* [tests] p2p_segwit: re-order function definitions.
* [tests] p2p_segwit: wrap subtests with subtest wrapper.
* [tests] p2p_segwit: log and assert segwit status in subtest wrapper.
* [tests] p2p_segwit: remove unnecessary arguments from subtests.
* [tests] p2p_segwit: sync_blocks in subtest wrapper.
— File Changes —
M test/functional/p2p_segwit.py (1920)
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This post was last modified on June 14, 2018, 3:38 am