Pynguin 0.16.0 Released
We are happy to announce the release of Pynguin version 0.16.0.
- Refactor the assertion generation. This unifies the SIMPLE and the MUTATION_ANALYSIS approaches. Furthermore, Pynguin now uses the MUTATION_ANALYSIS approach again as the default.
- Update the type annotations in Pynguin’s code to the simplified, future versions (e.g. instead of Dict[str, Set[int]] we can now write dict[str, set[int]]) and do not need any imports from Python’s typing module.
- Fix a crash of the seeding when native modules are present. Fixes GitHub Issue 20.
- Provide a hint in the documentation that PyCharm 2021.3 now integrates poetry support, thus no plugin is required for this (and newer) versions (thanks to Simon Labrenz).