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From Ross Gardler <r...@wkwyw.net>
Subject Re: Getting test cases written
Date Fri, 17 May 2002 22:50:31 GMT


David Crossley wrote:

>>************************************************************************
>>* If you have an area that commonly causes problems please let me know *
>>************************************************************************
>>
>>That is where I will focus my initial efforts.
>>
>><snip/>
>>Thanks for the info, time for me to go look in bugzilla and see if there 
>>are any recurring bugs in another part of the system just waiting for 
>>unit tests.
>>
> 
> Wow. Ross, this is vital. So please do help to start the process.


<snip>

 > However, i remember
 > that Bernhard warned that JUnit tests could be hard to maintain.
 >  http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=xml-cocoon-dev&m=100972338307120
 >  Re: BUG 5060, CommandlineContext

I certainly agree with Bernhard, unit tests are hard to maintain. On one 
of our projects we have just appointed someone to focus on testing, 
perhaps Cocoon could benifit from such an approach, if only Unit Tests 
were as interesting new code ;-)

I should be able to spend a day on this next week, I'll come back with a proposal about how
to get started, and maybe even write the odd test :-) 


Ross





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