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    • Alexandre Duret-Lutz's avatar
      ltsmin-pml: work around newer jupyter versions · 186d2063
      Alexandre Duret-Lutz authored
      Newer Jupyter version are able to capture the system's stdout and
      stderr to display it in the notebook.  This is done asynchronously,
      with a thread polling those file descriptor.  While this will help us
      debug (finaly we can see the tracing code we put in C++) this causes
      two issues for testing.  One is the asynchronous behaviour, which
      makes it very hard to reproduce notebooks.  The second issue is that
      older version of Jupyter used to hide some of the prints from the
      notebook, so it is hard to accommodate both.
      
      In the case of the ltsmin-pml notebook, loading the PML file from
      a filename used to trigger a compilation silently (with output on the
      console, but not in the notebook).  The newer version had the output
      of that compilation spread into two cells.
      
      * python/spot/ltsmin.i: Work around the issue by triggering the
      compilation from Python, and capturing its output explicitly, so it
      work with all Jupyter versions.  Also adjust to use the more recent
      and simpler subprocess.run() interface, available since Python 3.5.
      * tests/python/ltsmin-pml.ipynb: Adjust expected output.
      * tests/python/ipnbdoctest.py (canonicalize): Adjust patterns.
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