[fpc-pascal]Classes/Objects/Pointers / Pointer Help
anton.tichawa at chello.at
Tue Feb 11 16:57:58 CET 2003
> If you keep it runnnable on windoze and go32v2, I'll help you to test it. I
Well, the test program I think of needs to:
1. create pascal sources and configuration files & write them to disk
2. start the compiler and review it's console output
3. start the created application
4. check the results of the created application, including "killing crashed
It's a lot of work, if not impossible, to view output, and to start and kill
applications under microsoft widowsm, and there's more danger in actually
letting an application crash. So what would be needed for keeping it running
under windows and go32v2?
The idea of a non-OOP test first is good. I think the first test target
should be a 'hello, world?' program that display 'hello, world?' and then
continuously examines the keyboard and draws some kind of progress. This,
too, is very hard to do under windows.
> can also contribute eg a (non OO) FP test unit? if you like. Any ideas
> about how to define the 'features' to be tested? Regards John
> -----Original Message-----
> Hello, List!
> > Do you want to write that? :)
> If nobody else does, I do. But I'd prefer doing it for linux only.
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