[TIP] PyBehave ?!?

Raphael Marvie raphael.marvie at lifl.fr
Fri Mar 16 06:29:41 PDT 2007

Raphael Marvie wrote:
> This is my point. Like Titus says in response to this thread we cannot 
> expect the end user to write the spec on her own. However when I write 
> the spec with the end user, I wish it can be as domain level as possible 
> for her to understand the spec without explanation.

Here is an example of what I would like to try. This generation starts 
from the textual specification and produces a first skeleton of a test 
suite. This first shot does not take into account composite events and 
outcomes. Also, the meaning of ensures is not analyzed yet, but I think 
we can reach some point where simple outcomes could be described more 
that programmed.

Comments are welcome :)


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