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Sep
9
comment Should I also mock header files?
Of course it will be difficult, but politics are politics and it is currently the only way forward.
Sep
9
comment Should I also mock header files?
I am already half way through a Python script called Scoff (Software Creation Of Functionalityless Files)
Sep
9
comment Should I also mock header files?
I agree, although we may quibble over wording. Until I have proven the worth of unit testing, there will be no re-factoring, so no dependency injection. However, I can still make dummies, stubs, even if we don't want to call them mocks, of the public functions of b.cpp, whcih is how I will have to start.
Sep
9
asked Should I also mock header files?
Aug
26
comment What is the way to understand someone else's giant uncommented spaghetti code?
That's the first thing that I do with any inherited code.
Aug
21
comment Configuration file for a generic log file parser
Aaaaaargh!! typo !!!! (sorry)
Aug
20
comment Configuration file for a generic log file parser
Alas, it has to support Unix. Company standard is Python & we are not afraid of the parsing part - just wondering how to structure the log file in a generic way, so that it is as future proof as possible.
Aug
20
asked Configuration file for a generic log file parser
Aug
18
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Aug
18
revised gtest wiki excerpt
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Aug
18
comment Eclipse unit test - one project per file/class?
Yup, that's my plan (+1). Ideally, I want to be able to test each file individually, but that seems like a lot of Eclipse projects to create.
Aug
18
wiki created gtest excerpt
Aug
18
suggested approved edit on gtest tag wiki excerpt
Aug
18
asked Eclipse unit test - one project per file/class?
Jul
29
comment How to promote code review as an employee?
1) you can ask for recommendations at softwarerecs.stackexchange.com 2) try to push for automated unit test too
Jul
27
comment When to use single-line if statements?
I am astonished that there is not one single mention of the word "breakpoint" on this page. If you are debugging and only want to stop when the action is taken, how will you do that if it is all on a single line? And if your stop on the single line and one-step, how do you know if any action was taken or not?
Jul
21
comment Is this awkward spacing some type of style?
Did you ask him?
Jul
12
revised How many views and controllers do I need?
edited title
Jul
12
asked How many views and controllers do I need?
Jul
10
comment What can go wrong with composing a method name out of a string?
Perhaps - but wouldn't the point of the question - "what can go wrong with this" - depend upon the language?