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Re^6: "Accessors break encapsulation"

by tlm (Prior)
on Jul 21, 2005 at 13:16 UTC ( #476808=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^5: "Accessors break encapsulation"
in thread "Accessors break encapsulation"?

adrianh, have you found some good material on TDD in Perl? I'm finding TDD, so far, only slightly less painful than debugging :-) . (Though I just received Kent Beck's book today, so maybe I'll pick up some wisdom there.)

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Re^7: "Accessors break encapsulation"
by simonm (Vicar) on Jul 21, 2005 at 15:44 UTC
Re^7: "Accessors break encapsulation"
by adrianh (Chancellor) on Jul 21, 2005 at 16:08 UTC
    adrianh, have you found some good material on TDD in Perl? I'm finding TDD, so far, only slightly less painful than debugging :-) . (Though I just received Kent Beck's book today, so maybe I'll pick up some wisdom there.)

    There's not a huge amount available specifically on developing perl in a TDD manner. There's Rob Nagler's Extreme Perl, Peter Scott talks about it a little in Perl Medic and I believe that there's a bit on TDD in TheDamian's new book.

    But really there is nothing language-specific about TDD so I'd recommend reading Kent's book and taking it from there.

      But developing in TDD is so slow. Even a "56k" modem would be much better. But I'm glad I can develop via DSL.

      - tye        

Re^7: "Accessors break encapsulation"
by jplindstrom (Monsignor) on Jul 21, 2005 at 20:13 UTC
    You surely will. It's an excellent book!

    IIRC, it's one of those books with an actually ejoyable foreword that leaves you eager to continue reading. That itself is rare.

    /J

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