David A. Black writes:
> Hi --
> 
> On Sat, 12 Jun 2004, Sean O'Dell wrote:
> 
> > Battery is a unit testing framework for Ruby. It captures all standard error 
> > and output and reports the entire summary of all tests formatted as valid 
> > YAML, for easier reading and parsing. Another key feature is that all tests 
> > run in the order they are added to their batteries, rather than arbitrarily.
> 
> You're implying, I believe, that Test::Unit runs the test methods in
> arbitrary order.  It doesn't; it runs them in alphabetical order.

Is that guaranteed by the API or should I not rely on it?

Jim
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