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sajran @lemmy.ml
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How should I deal with multiple imports having the same name?
  • Since you have all your shutil.copytrees and sys.path manipulation at the top level of the test modules, they are executed the moment those modules are imported. unittest likely imports all discovered test modules before actually executing the tests so the set up of both modules is executed in random order before the tests are run. The correct way to perform test setup is using setUp and setUpClass methods of unittest.TestCase. Their counterparts tearDown and tearDownClass are used to clean up after tests. You probably will be able to get this to work somehow using those methods.

    However, I'm fairly certain that this entire question is an example of the XY problem and you should be approaching this whole thing differently. Copying the modules and their mock dependencies into a temporary directory and manipulating sys.path seems like an absolute nightmare and it will be a massive PITA even if you get it to a working state. I don't know what problem exactly you're trying to solve but I think you should really read up on unittest.mock and even more importantly on dependency injection.

  • If you didn't have to work, how would you spend your time?
  • Software development and computer stuff in general is my passion. I enjoy doing it as a hobby even after doing it at work. If I didn't have to work for money, I would probably work on some open source software. In fact that's kinda my dream / goal - achieve financial independence and work on open source as I please.

  • This product will eliminate odours in your home, but only in one plane
  • I might be wrong but I assumed it's perfectly obvious to OP and it's the kind of joke where something is funny because you stretch the meaning to read it literally. I chuckled actually, despite it making perfect sense.

  • De-Google Your Life - Part 1 - YouTube LTT
  • Ente is as close as you can get to Google Photos with E2EE right now. I recently migrated there. The migration wasn't painless and involved some scripting to handle albums and duplicates but the service itself is really good. Can recommend!

  • De-Google Your Life - Part 1 - YouTube LTT
  • I really hope this happens. NFC payments are the only thing that keeps me from switching to GrapheneOS. Seeing how the situation with big tech unfolds, it's not impossible that I will decide to give up this convenience though.

  • Not really sure whether S-expressions or Python indentation-based scoping get more hate...
  • So I'm going to say what I always say when people complain about semantic whitespace: Your code should be properly indented anyway. If it's not, it's a bad code.

    I'm not saying semantic whitespace is superior to brackets or parentheses. It's clearly not. But it's not terrible either.

    As someone who codes in Python pretty much everyday for years, I NEVER see indentation errors. I didn't see them back when I started either. Code without indentation is impossible to read for me anyway so it makes zero difference whether the whitespace has semantic meaning or not. It will be there either way.

  • How are Microchips Made? | Branch Education
  • I absolutely love the videos on this channel, this one being one of the best published yet. I'm literally blown away by the level of detail and clarity. I think I'm going to watch it more one time...

  • Maybe an injection or pill?
  • Exactly this worked for me. Just be consistent until it sticks. It can take months, easily. But it works in the end. 10:30 pm - 6:00 am is now baked into my mind and I usually just wake up naturally like 10 minutes before the alarm. I actually love it 😁

  • Socializing
  • So, your original comment sounded very relatable and I never heard about an AQ test before. Just took one and got 34. Well...

    (For the unfamiliar: 34 out of 50, over 32 means you should probably go and get a real diagnosis.)

  • Pixel Launcher now lets you switch search providers in EU

    9to5google.com Google Pixel Launcher rolling out option switch to a different search provider in EU

    Google is rolling out a Pixel Launcher update that delivers the ability to switch the default search provider from Google, but only in the EU

    Google Pixel Launcher rolling out option switch to a different search provider in EU

    Was very excited about this but turns out I can only use DuckDuckGo app, not DuckDuckGo in Firefox. I'm afraid this feature won't really be usable for me since I rely on FF add-ons and synchronization.

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    My first ergo and custom keyboard - Sofle Choc V3

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/9581183 >My first ever bulid and I'm so excited! It's not trivial to build a perfect keyboard just from parts you can order in Europe. This is one doesn't look exactly how I imagined it but I love it anyway. If anyone is interested - it's a Sofle Choc V3 kit from 42. Keebs. > > The first few days were a bit hard but after just a week of using it I was able to beat my monkeytype high score. I'm still not really fluid in using it for programming and vim in general though.

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    My first ergo and custom keyboard - Sofle Choc V3

    My first ever bulid and I'm so excited! It's not trivial to build a perfect keyboard just from parts you can order in Europe. This is one doesn't look exactly how I imagined it but I love it anyway. If anyone is interested - it's a Sofle Choc V3 kit from 42. Keebs.

    The first few days were a bit hard but after just a week of using it I was able to beat my monkeytype high score. I'm still not really fluid in using it for programming and vim in general though.

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    Apple @lemmy.ml sajran @lemmy.ml

    Affordable MacBook for building a Flutter application

    Hi guys,

    I'm currently building a mobile application using Flutter. Until now my target platform was Android but I'd like to build and publish it for iOS as well. For this I need access to macOS environment, both to build the application and to test it in iOS Simulator. Please note that I don't intend to actually develop on this machine.

    I'm considering a few options like running macOS VM on my machine (no luck so far) or using some kind of cloud VM. The most obvious option is to just buy a Mac of course. However, I really don't want to spend a lot on this and Apple computers aren't exactly known for being affordable. Here's my question: which MacBook would you recommend to buy used just for the purposes I listed above?

    I tried googling this of course but it's really hard for me to find any useful advice. Please note that I have no knowledge about Apple devices and ecosystem whatsoever, I never used any of them.

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    Unixporn @lemmy.ml sajran @lemmy.ml

    [Hyprland] Tropical summer setup

    Current daily driver. So comfy!

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    A place to post and look at clear photographs of battlestation setups. @lemmy.ml sajran @lemmy.ml

    Cozy station where I code for fun and profit

    Posted this to reddit some time back, reposting here because I want to contribute some content and help lemmy gain popularity.

    I hope that in a few weeks I will be posting an updated version of the setup with the laptop replaced by a third monitor and a few other modifications.

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