I have finally updated jSupervisor and flesh it out sufficiently with test cases and richer testing facilities. The result is available for download and trying. Please get it from Google Code.
There is not much text in this blog entry as all my efforts have been concentrated on the jSupervisor Google Code hosting site. There are examples to show it . . . → Read More: jSupervisor 0.1 Available
I have a scenario as shown in the diagram below to illustrate the use of jSupervisor. It comprises three interacting classes. It is based on a customer’s situation. I have changed the class names and context, but the scenario remains largely the same. Never mind why we need to test the three classes individually, but suppose the three classes are . . . → Read More: Using jSupervisor
I have been spending much time helping teams with test driven development and unit testing for both C/C++ and Java teams. Many often ask which part should be tested and the tests should be written. Many also complain about the amount of test code that has to be written. This is a valid concern as many of you are aware . . . → Read More: Write Once Test Everywhere