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Tue Apr 21 08:43:45 PDT 2009
On Tue, Apr 21, 2009 at 10:17 AM, C. Titus Brown <ctb at msu.edu> wrote:
> -> Your test framework should have unit tests - and yes, you'll need to
> -> treat it like any other piece of software, tests, docs, and debugging.
> Aiee, that sounds like work!
Or chiken egg situation. I mean, I need to test my unit test framework
using : another framework?
Well, continuing this way, a-priori it seems that the only solution is
to have faith and trust that one (or a minimal group of) framework(s)
just work fine without too much discussion. This group IMHO *should*
be simple enough so as to allow «proving» (formally or not ;) that the
previous statement is true without needing too much testing, or
something similar, like the proof of being working for many years
PS: How many testing frameworks out there have unit tests ? I mean
FEW, SOME, MANY, ALMOST ALL
... and maybe IYO ;o)
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