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Inprise Developer News: Xtreme testing for Delphi programs

Nov 29, 1999, 21:09 (0 Talkback[s])
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"A standard testing framework for Delphi has been long overdue. Now there is one and it's even open source."

"In my article on Xtreme testing, I talked about how it could improve the quality of programs as well as the speed and confidence with which they were developed. For the examples, I used Kent Beck and Erich Gamma's JUnit open-source testing framework and I wrote the program fragments using Java -- a language I'm comfortable with. But those who know me from previous writing gigs or my once-frequent postings in online forums know that I've long been a Borland Pascal programmer. My online buddies are probably wondering why I didn't write the examples in Object Pascal. The reason is that I discovered Xtreme testing only recently, and, as far as I know, there are no testing frameworks available for Delphi."

"But we're about to change that."

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