[Newbies] How do I test and share code?

stéphane ducasse ducasse at iam.unibe.ch
Sat Sep 16 14:06:52 UTC 2006

On 16 sept. 06, at 15:39, David Pollak wrote:

> Folks,
> I've written a couple of classes that add web-based user management  
> to Pier.  The classes let you add new users, remove users, set  
> user's passwords, bless users as superusers, etc.

I want to see that :)
Do you use the underlying model of lukas or philippe one?

> First, I'd like to write some tests for the classes.  Ideally, I'd  
> like to similar HTTP requests on Pier (much like I can do when I  
> write Rails tests) such that I'm testing the functionality of the  
> method in the context of living inside Pier/Seaside.

some guys have been working on a testing framework running on the  
client side. I do not remember the name (albatross)

> Second, how do I publish the code?  Is it as simple as following  
> the Montecello example video (I added 1 method to a Pier class and  
> put it in the category *pier-security-manager)?  Or is there more  
> magic I have to do?

No just like in my video.
I think that you can publish on the repo of lukas

> Thanks,
> David
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