[V3dot10] And to 3.10
stephane.ducasse at free.fr
Fri Jan 19 19:30:17 UTC 2007
On 19 janv. 07, at 18:25, Keith Hodges wrote:
>> why does the release team do not use pavel's removal?
> I am not exactly sure. I asked the question "where are we starting
> from" expecting the answer to be with the Kernel Image, however
> beginning with 3.9-final was the answer I received. I kind of
> prefer that because it is less of a radical change for my head to
> understand, and the Kernel Image is fairly unfriendly. When I used
> it it had no error handlers and would go into a recursive loop if
> you made a typing error.
I was not meaning using mini-image as a starting point but looking at
the removal process of pavel.
>>> I have already refactored AutoStart into something clearer and
>>> more flexible.
>> You should publish that somewhere and ask for feedback in the
> I will as soon as I am ready.
>> I have the impression that for the image it would be good to have
>> one single test framework.
> If that one framework is good enough then sure, but in SUnit we
> lack things like mocks
> I don't have any problem with having more than one test framework
> as long as they can be used together seamlessly in the same testing
>> Sorry but what is the process of edgar?
> Edgar published his process on the swiki
OK I see.
> For understanding BDD this introduction explains the point a bit
> better than I can.
I read it and I also read the paper of martin fowler trying to
compare the two approaches and BDD
did not convince me. May be I do not have enough experience with it.
> Well for now it is back to the day job washing dishes
> best regards
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