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Adrian (66)

Adrian
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The hats I wear at work include: accessibility consultant; information architect; software developer (of the agile/XP/TDD breed - mostly in Perl); usability consultant; web site designer. I'm very dull:-) . [technorati.com]

Journal of Adrian (66)

Friday March 05, 2004
12:36 PM

Ahhhh, it was all going so well ...

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One incremental release of Test::Class every week for four weeks. Then various computers went bang in some interesting ways. The last two weeks have been spent rebuilding systems, then catching up on the work that I should have been doing while rebuilding systems. Hey ho.

Actually Test::Class 0.06_5 did hit the streets back on the 21st February - I just didn't get a chance to write about it due to said evil hardware.

Not a lot of changes.

Originally all the information about the number of methods in each class was in a big HoHoH. Since this became unwieldy The bottom layer of the hash was encapsulated in the Test::Class::MethodInfo class. This holds information on the method type and expected number of tests.

There was still some functionality that belonged in T::C::MI in T::C. Now more of it is in the right place.

As part of this clean up the add_method disappeared. Originally I was thinking of providing a mechanism to allow pre-attribute Perls to define test methods. However I've never had a need for it, and nobody has asked for it, so I've binned the idea.

Resolution-o-meter: v1.0
Week: 10, 5 weeks behind
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Hmm.... improvement needed...

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