> Thanks Hiroyuki,
> I've added that to the psychopy test suite (only slightly modified to run
> under pytest/nose) so it will now be part of all standard testing:
> On 22/10/2012 12:23, Hiroyuki Sogo wrote:
>> Thank you for your comments!
>> I've submitted a pull request.
>> By the way, I tried writing an automated test of contains() and
>> Attached script draws 6 points and a rectangle on the screen and tests
>> whether the rectangle contains these points changing orientation,
>> size and position of the rectangle. If an unexpected value is returned,
>> the script raises an error.
> Jonathan Peirce
> Nottingham Visual Neuroscience
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