[chuck-dev] ChucK meets unit testing
tom at alltom.com
Thu Jul 10 00:56:05 EDT 2014
On Wed, Jul 9, 2014 at 6:41 PM, Mark Cerqueira <mark.cerqueira at gmail.com>
> Hi all,
> In between some intense StarCrafting, Spencer and I set up ChucK to be
> continuously integrated on Travis CI. This means every commit/change to
> ChucK ensures ChucK compiles on Mac (10.9.2) and Linux (Ubuntu 12.04), as
> well as running a bunch of unit tests on both platforms.
> This was spurred by the recent 147th shred removal causing a segmentation
> fault, given we could easily test (and even further stress test) ChucK
> automatically. Tests are currently in the src/test folder of the ChucK repo
> on GitHub, including tests like Michael Heuer's 147 spork (and one with
> over 9000 shreds) removal code in the 04-Stress folder:
> Want to contribute? Feel free to fork the ChucK repo, add tests, and send
> a pull request. We're not quite sure how we want to organize the tests yet
> so put them in whatever folder you want. Once your tests are pulled in,
> they'll be run every time a new commit is pushed to ChucK.
> We're hoping this will make ChucK more stable as well as decreasing the
> chance for regressing bugs.
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