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    • Daniel Silverstone's avatar
      Merge branch 'cleanup-captures' into 'main' · 67d02762
      Daniel Silverstone authored
      feat! Python step cleanup functions now get step captures
      
      Closes #136
      
      See merge request larswirzenius/subplot!127
      67d02762
    • Lars Wirzenius's avatar
      feat! Python step cleanup functions now get step captures · 772580fd
      Lars Wirzenius authored
      Previously, step cleanup functions didn't get any step captures at
      all. This made it harder to do things like a step that starts a
      daemon:
      
        - when: I start {name} in the background
          function: start_daemon
          cleanup: stop_daemon
      
      The function to start the daemon gets the daemon name as an argument.
      The cleanup function doesn't. How is the cleanup function to know
      which daemon to stop?
      
      The workaround has been that the start function stores the name
      somewhere, but that gets tricky when a scenario may start several
      daemons.
      
      With this commit, the cleanup function gets the name as an argument,
      just like the start function, and knows what to clean up.
      772580fd
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