Getting meaningful results from unit tests
By: Manu Phatak
Date: July 14, 2016, 6 p.m.
We count on unittests failure messages to give us reasonable feedback on how to proceed with a failing test. When you're working with builtin data structures and objects, unit test feedback is usually pretty good. It helps you identify and solve the problem. In contrast, the default results you get from custom objects can be practically useless.