2009/4/2 Julian Leviston <julian / coretech.net.au>:
> Personally, bdd rocks.
>
> Blog: http://random8.zenunit.com/
> Learn rails: http://sensei.zenunit.com/
>
> On 02/04/2009, at 2:41 PM, David Masover <ninja / slaphack.com> wrote:
>
>> On Wednesday 01 April 2009 20:40:37 john maclean wrote:
>>>
>>> Hello,
>>> My name is Mr Official and I am hereby asking you to participating in
>>> my poll. "Do you really do unit testing?"
>>
>> [...]
>>>
>>> * I only unit test when
>>
>> I only unit test when I have enough of a concept of what I'm trying to
>> build
>> that a test makes sense.
>>
>> Places where I don't test:
>>
>> - Vague prototypes. Tests are a way to describe how something should
>> behave.
>> If I don't yet know how it's supposed to behave, I can't really write a
>> test.
>> Sometimes, you just have to experiment.
>>
>> - Tiny one-off scripts. Often, writing a test for these would require
>> duplicating most of what the script already does, and it's not likely to
>> contain any subtle bugs that you wouldn't find by just running it.
>>
>> - UIs. Mostly because I haven't gotten around to learning Selenium or
>> anything similar. Also because this is the hardest place to automate
>> testing,
>> and the easiest place to manually test.
>>
>
>

Julian,

Looks like you've just started your blog but when I search for bdd I
get a "undefined local variable or method `on_empty' for #". That
supposed to happen?


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