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Re: Unit Test libraries, opinions

by Tyke (Pilgrim)
on May 11, 2001 at 18:11 UTC ( #79720=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Unit Test libraries, opinions

Excellent.

I'm working on a project where application software is written in Java(ob-sob), and development tools in Perl. Christian's stuff allows us to have exactly the same development methodology between the two parts since it's based on JUnit which we use for unit-testing the Java stuff.

It's possible to

  • define tests to run in a clean environment that is reinitialised for each test
  • progressively integrate new tests and test suites
  • run either in batch or GUI with meaningful output in both cases (the TK implementation mirrors the JUnit swing implementation very well)
  • make testing easy enough not to skip it!

Well worth checking out

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[choroba]: Related to the new release, anyone could explain this or this tester report?
[Discipulus]: hello crew! marto thanks for the message: but I how can I help? i'm testing cpan Padre atm problem with Client::Debug
[choroba]: I don't happen to have 5.10.0 nor 5.8.5 handy...
[Corion]: Hmm - I would say the 5.8.5 is a broken installation / corrupt tarball download, and the 5.10.0 is really weird, and maybe a bug in that version of Perl
[Corion]: I don't see how my $result = eval q{'abc' =~ ?b?}; could create a "Modification of read-only value" error
[marto]: Discipulus the issue that should be adressed is that the page needs to be updated to reflect modern perl on Windows
[Discipulus]: but is really necessary to support these ancient versions? from 5.14 onward is not enough?
[Discipulus]: yes marto I understood

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