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From Berin Loritsch <>
Subject Re: [C2] Unit testing.
Date Fri, 09 Feb 2001 19:21:16 GMT
Paul Russell wrote:
> * Stuart Roebuck ( wrote :
> > I kept my tests in separate directory hierarchies at first but found
> > it more of a hassle to maintain, especially working from the command
> > line - though I don't do that very often!  Putting them in the same
> > directory gives me a visual check on whether everything is unit
> > tested, and/or whether I have moved and renamed everything when I'm
> > refactoring - I just visually look for side-by side pairs in the
> > listing.
> Mm-hmm. Okay, I'm happy to put them in the same directories, but I'd
> like input from the other developers before I start splattering the
> place with unit tests :) Guys...?

I really don't like confusing the implementation class and the test
class.  I would much prefer using Ant to merge the test and the Cocoon
directories for compilation--Just don't mix the test classes and the
Cocoon classes.

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