StarBrowser and SUnit test cases integration

Romain Robbes rrobbes at
Mon Feb 17 13:09:54 UTC 2003

Hi Hannes

	Well that's more a coincidence than anything else. I started this this
weekend without an internet access, so it wasn't long either. Do you use the 
optionnal buttons in the browsers? There are two more buttons in it, one doing
the same thing at the method level, and one to easily run the test.


On Mon, Feb 17, 2003 at 01:49:21PM +0100, Hannes Hirzel wrote:
> Bonjour Romain
> "Romain Robbes" <rrobbes at> wrote:
> > 
> > Hi all,
> > 
> > Given the tremendous demand, I have registered the package on squeakmap.
> > Give it a try if you're too lazy to search for your test classes in the browser,
> > or if this lazyness prevents you to even create these tests, as it can
> > even do that for you ... 
> > 
> > By the way Stéphane, is this piece of code cool enough to apply to ESUG's
> > "Cool Smalltalk Code Contest" ? :-)
> I definitivly think so!
> This morning ago I was writing some lines to Roel Wuyts about
> StarBrowser and that I would like to have it tightly integrated with
> unit testing and voila - four hours later - I have a 'test' button
> happily sitting within StarBrowser. I can now easily switch forth and
> back between the class I'm writing and the class which is testing it.
> And not only in StarBrowser - in any browser! This is really a fast
> response! Great! Thank you!
> Hannes Hirzel


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