On Tue, Sep 03, 2002 at 02:01:12AM +0900, Gabriel Emerson wrote:
> 
> The business objects have all been implemented test-first, but the interface 
> objects have only been tested by a human at a browser.  Working on this.  
> We use Lapidary, which is now Test::Unit to write all of the tests.  We use 
> CVS for version control, and this has been much the same process as with 
> any language.  It hasn't been at all difficult to use in a multi-programmer 
> environment.  On the contrary, it has been very easy to split and 
> coordinate tasks between programmers along class, module, and tier lines.  
> We start with a UML diagram which is law, implement tests for the objects, 
> and develop to those tests.
> 
What UML tool did you use. Does it support round-trip engineering
for ruby? If not, could it export the class defintions at least?

Jim


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