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, February 20, 2008
We shipped an alpha of Komodo 4.3 last week, fixed a couple of bugs in the new unit-testing framework, and are looking for more feedback on how the feature works, and where you want us to take it. I already...
We shipped an alpha of Komodo 4.3 last week, fixed a couple of bugs in the new unit-testing framework, and are looking for more feedback on how the feature works, and where you want us to take it. I already wrote it up at the Komodo community site (http://community.activestate.com/forum-topic/wanted-your-feedback-komodo-unit-testing-support), but here's the full text for those reading this in a feed:
We're about to ship the first beta of Komodo 4.3, and one of the new features is support for running unit-tests within the IDE.
We're currently supporting one framework for each language:
- Python unittest
- Ruby's rake
- Perl "TAP" output
Clearly this isn't the end. We plan on supporting more frameworks, and adding support for unit-test extensions. In the meantime your feedback is more than welcome. Which test frameworks do you use, and for which languages? Are there other frameworks that you would use if they weren't so cumbersome? Any we should steer clear of?
Also, if you've tried out the feature and have some comments, please let us know, either via this forum, directly to me, or logging a bug if something is broken or needs improvement.