[fpc-pascal] FPCUnit article/tutorial online.

Marc Santhoff M.Santhoff at t-online.de
Mon Oct 10 00:02:39 CEST 2005

Am Sonntag, den 09.10.2005, 14:09 -0700 schrieb L505:
> Since I don't exactly know what test frameworks are, even after reading about them for the
> past few years, I'm going to ask some risky questions. This is not a flame thrower attempt
> at the test framework advocates, I'm just trying to understand what exactly they do, from a
> "newbie to test frameworks" perspective.
> Do test frameworks
>  -cause you to spend lots of time writing test frameworks instead of program code?
>  -even apply to languages with compilers and strong typing?
>  -cause you to write your programs to conform to the test framework, instead of the program
> framework?
>  -have any actual statistics of success?
>  -have popularity statistics that prove they are popular (in the Delphi community) as stated
> in the article?
>  -have any real world examples of how they helped personX fix problemY in significantly less
> time?
> Hoping the answers are no, yes, no yes, yes, yes.

Too much to explain here imo. I think this article will put some light
on what testing is good for and how it works:


There is more starters documentation at the JUnit site if you like reading...


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