Unit tests for the libraries code.
Brian J. Tarricone
bjt23 at cornell.edu
Mon Jan 21 23:45:14 CET 2008
> I've written some unit test for the libxfce4util library,
> and prepared patch to integrate with the svn version of code.
> Test were written using CUnit framework. http://cunit.sourceforge.net/
> Maybe it is a good idea to creating such tests.
> What do you think about it?
> To the example source code from CUnit, i've added my tests functions.
> Now it can be generated XML output with results of tests (using
> AutomatedTests) and console output using BasicTest.
> Any suggestions are welcome.
Sounds pretty cool! I'll try to look at it later this week.
A suggestion for future patches: please just provide one unified diff
file for the entire thing, not per file, and please don't provide extra
files as-is that need to be added. You can just use 'svn diff' for
files you've modified, and 'diff -u /dev/null newfile' can be used to
generate patches for new files (which you can then just append to the
'svn diff' generated patch. Basically I just want to be able to run
'patch -p0 < foo.diff' in the top source directory and not have to do
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