After a day of pushing 9 commits to a PR to finally get Travis to build a simple python package on python 2.6, 2.7, 3.3 and 3.4 I finally gave up and ripped out all of httpretty and replaced it with good old
I was getting all sorts of strange warnings in py3.3 and 3.4 got stuck all the time.
This is not the first time httpretty has been causing confusion so from now on I'm giving up on
httpretty. Ithink it was too good to be true to work reliably. Honestly, it might be python's fault for not being better made available to cool libs like
By the way, here's one of those errors where Python 3.4 just hangs which stopped being the case once I took out
httpretty. And here you can see the clear failure to deactivate the monkeypatch even after the test is complete in Python 3.3.