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From "Berin Loritsch" <blorit...@apache.org>
Subject Opinions from JUnit mailling list on Avalon
Date Fri, 06 Sep 2002 13:33:15 GMT

>From the thread entitled:
"[junit] Unit testing multithreaded network code"

(which by the way is an interesting read for testing networking code)

Had the opinions posted from two developers:

"The general issue of how to approach this sort of issue remains 
unsolved, but I sidestepped my own problem by passing the 
responsibilty of verifying the robustness of code to the Jakarta 
Avalon project.   I may be taking the lazy way out, but I trust the 
Apache people to write working software."

                 From: weitzman_d [mailto:weitzman_d@yahoo.com] 

The response was:

"This might be a deceiving attitude at best. The Avalon project has a
code quality indeed, but as for Jakarta projects in general this does
not hold.
Just look randomly around and you'll find lots and lots and lots of
bad code with zero tests with no regard to object-oriented principles
which violates almost any heuristics for good code I know of."

                 From: Johannes Link [mailto:john.link@gmx.net]

I think we have a reputation for quality--which I would like to see

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