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Re: Testing GDL2
Re: Testing GDL2
Thu, 16 Jan 2003 09:42:04 -0700
On Wednesday, January 15, 2003, at 01:12 AM, Stefan Urbanek wrote:
On 2003-01-15 05:22:31 +0100 Adam Fedor <address@hidden> wrote:
David Ayers wrote:
I would like to take the oppurtunity to see if there is any interest
in standardizing tests for GNUstep. I understand that given the
dramatic diffrences in approaches for a gui-app and gsweb-app that
there will still be some specialized testing approaches for these
parts, but I think standard "regression tests" to test the API
basics should be implemented using one standardized test suite.
Personally I have no particualr preference (yet :-) ).
It would be nice to use gnustep-guile since we already have a lot of
work done with this for the base library. It's a bit difficult to
learn, although probably anything else would be just as hard.
What about StepTalk? (http://steptalk.host.sk) I am using it for
testing of libraries and frameworks. Smalltalk syntax is similar to
the ObjectiveC and it is easy to rewrite programs from one language to
another (in both directions). In addition, you can test GDL
interactively by using the StepTalk shell
Some time ago I have already created GDL2 module for steptalk, because
I wanted to learn GDL.
Moreover, I think, that using StepTalk can help it to get improved.
I can give you more information, if you are interested.
How could it be used for testing? I know that it is very easy to write
things with it, but does it have a framework for running tests and
- Testing GDL2, Stéphane Corthésy, 2003/01/13
- Re: Testing GDL2, David Ayers, 2003/01/14
- Re: Testing GDL2, David Ayers, 2003/01/15
- Re: Testing GDL2, Adam Fedor, 2003/01/15
- Re: Testing GDL2, Richard Frith-Macdonald, 2003/01/16
- Re: Testing GDL2, David Ayers, 2003/01/16
- Re: Testing GDL2, Markus Hitter, 2003/01/15