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revised When does it make sense to include test code in coverage?
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answered When does it make sense to include test code in coverage?
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comment How do you evaluate automated testing for a particular product/project?
I agree. I shall give this some thought.
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comment How do you evaluate automated testing for a particular product/project?
Naturally - but then this is no different to bug tracking systems which have been around since Adam was a lad.
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comment How do you evaluate automated testing for a particular product/project?
That would rather depend on the severity of the bug that could occur on the back of the failed test(s).
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comment How do you evaluate automated testing for a particular product/project?
I can't vouch for all CI servers but in TFS at least, you can keep history for as many builds as you like (or have space for).
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reviewed Approve How did you become a const correctness convert?
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comment How do you evaluate automated testing for a particular product/project?
@Euphoric QED...
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comment How do you evaluate automated testing for a particular product/project?
That is a very good summary of the benefits, drawbacks and pitfalls BTW - might pinch that for my upcoming session!
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comment How do you evaluate automated testing for a particular product/project?
@joshp I had no idea it had been around so long! Every day is a school day...
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comment What's the point of running unit tests on a CI server?
@slebetman At last some sense. That is helpful - thank you. So in summary, he does run all the unit tests somewhere (contrary to his opening remark) - just not on all platforms.
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comment What's the point of running unit tests on a CI server?
Unworkable in the enterprise development environment I work in with 100s of devs. But I do see how this could work in a smaller set up or for a maintenance project.
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comment What's the point of running unit tests on a CI server?
Er...what!?! You either do believe in unit testing before check-in (your comment) or you don't (you answer). Or is there some grey area I'm not aware of or you haven't explained?
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comment What's the point of running unit tests on a CI server?
Unit testing tests code not configurations. It would be seriously inert of you to add a new test and throw it over the wall without even running it locally first...