Congratulations to Michael who handed in his thesis today. IT’S OVER!
Archive for October, 2004
hmmm, first comes the power outage, and then my box starts locking up for no reason. My temptation to jump ship entirely to the Mac world is growing rapidly (as it seems to be the only machine I own which has survived multiple power outages unblemished).
If you want clover to work properly, make sure you set the “fork” property in ant’s junit task to true. If you don’t then the clover-report tasks run in the same JVM as the unit tests, and because the JVM hasn’t shut down yet, clover hasn’t flushed all its data out to the data store. [...]
You know a piece of software really fulfils a need when you suddenly can’t actually imagine life without it. I feel this way about Clover. Clover has become so embedded in my programming experience that I simply don’t understand how people could put extreme confidence in their unit tests without it.
For those out there who [...]
Well, it is official, jaRTI does something. OK, so that’s really a lie depending on how you measure something. I’m writing a local-execution binding that is intended to run a federate and an rti in a single execution (makes things easier for funcational testing purposes) and I just got it to create and then destroy [...]