[Seaside] Re: sspec questions

John Thornborrow john at pinesoft.co.uk
Mon Nov 5 10:20:41 UTC 2007

Hi Keith,

Yes, I had a brief look into allowing SUnit to run SSPec's, but
unfortunately other projects meant I could not spend as much time as I
had liked on it, so I conjured up a new, separate runner instead. I'd
very much like full integration with Test Runner, too.

I'll try and work on it sometime. :)



Keith Hodges wrote:
> John Thornborrow wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I recently made a fresh port of SSpec from VW and added some refinements
>> to the mock object behaviour. This is available on Squeaksource.com [1],
>> however, you must not load the other packages, only the "SSpec" package,
>> otherwise it may not work.
> I attempted to reorganize TestRunner in SUnit-GUI-improved package to be
> able to run Specs as well.
> Modifications I made for SSpec included.
> 1. Tests/Specs may be defined by category
> 2. TestRunner does not assume that TestCase is the only root class.
> I dont know what else would be needed... just that SSpecs may have to
> pretend to be tests and perhaps to make TestResult and the SSpec
> equivalent protocols match.
> regards
> Keith
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