marcus at ira.uka.de
Sat Mar 1 09:33:55 CET 2003
On Sat, Mar 01, 2003 at 01:59:32AM +0300, Daniel Vainsencher wrote:
> Why generate a class? this could make things hard to find. Just make a
> tool that adds a new method to "MiscTestCase". Maybe we won't accept
> this mess into the image <g>, but it makes adding a test trivial, and if
> it's good, it certainly can be maintained by someone on SM, and it's
> very easy to factor it out into it's own class in time.
Have you tried "Browser Unit Test Support" from SqueakMap?
This definitly is a step in the right direction:
Summary: Adds some unit testing support facilities in the browsers
Author: Romain Robbes
Maintainer: Romain Robbes
This package adds a few buttons to the browsers in order to have a better
integration of unit tests during class developpement. It enables you to
easily switch back and forth from a class and it's unit test, allowing the
same thing a the method level. It also adds a convenient way to run the
test of the current class, giving automatic feedback to the user. Moreover,
test creation is handled automagically if a class test/method test doesn't
exist yet (don't worry, the choice is up to you :-)). Last and not least,
it works for nearly all kinds of class browsers, and so integrates nicely
with the RefactoringBrowser and the StarBrowser.
Marcus Denker marcus at ira.uka.de -- Squeak! http://squeak.de
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