On Thu, 2007-03-08 at 02:20 +0900, Tim Pease wrote:
> On 3/7/07, Daniel Schierbeck <daniel.schierbeck / gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > I must admit to being a great fan of RSpec, although the pace of API
> > changes has thrown me off for now, but I'm not sure this path is the
> > best. I did actually think about it at first. The strength of Test::Unit
> > is its simple syntax: just remember #setup, #teardown, and #test_*. I'd
> > like to add the same simplicity to any new benchmarking system. I'll
> > give it some more thought :)
> >
> > Any idea for a name? "benchmark" is unfortunately already taken...
> >
> >
> 
> Algorithm for generating product names
> 
> 1) locate random object on desk
> 2) pick random character from alphabet
> 3) replace first character of object (from step 1) with the chosen
> character (from step 2)
> 
> Example
> 
> 1) apricot
> 2) 'h'
> 3) hpricot
> 
> >From my own desk
> 
> 1) light bulb
> 2) 'f'
> 3) fight_bulb
> 
> See, piece of cake!

1) 'laptop'
2) 'b'
3) 'baptop' ?!

That's a weird cake...


Daniel ;)