Bill Venners wrote on 24.8.2010 0:00:
> If scala-library.jar is a problem then ScalaTest is out of theThere's this line which passes the context to the test, so that the test
> "running" for sure. But I actually don't understand what you mean
> here, and would like to. Can you clarify by giving a specific example
> of code you would want to "execute before the test class is
will know that which tests to execute on the current test run, and the
initialization in the Context.bootstrap() method:
It would be possible to detect when the class is instantiated the first
Probably also writing tests for the testing framework code would be
I suppose it basically boils down to this:
> I have a new question about after. Should multiple after clauses beYes, that's how I do it. See the chapter "Before" and "After" Blocks in
> allowed in a block, and if so, what order are they executed on exit?
> I'm guessing yes, and last registered first executed (i.e. executed in
> reverse order of appearance). Is that what you do in Specsy?
> This isSpecsy's documentation (http://github.com/orfjackal/specsy#readme) is
> another example of how such code would not be obvious to casual
> readers without reading the documentation, but again, it would likely
> be rare and could be well documented.
only about 4 pages long and it consists mostly of code examples (the
most valuable kind of documentation). I'm expecting everybody to read it
before using the framework.
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