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[extremeprogramming] Re: Test First Design

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  • Dave Thomas
    ... That s a good reason. Another is that you need to be able to run tests unattended and automatically (for example on every major build) Dave
    Message 1 of 51 , Jan 5, 2000
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      "Michael C. Feathers" <feathers@...> writes:

      > To be quite honest, this is one reason why I'm not too keen on
      > driving tests through a GUI. If you don't you are forced into
      > making a useful facade.

      That's a good reason. Another is that you need to be able to run tests
      unattended and automatically (for example on every major build)

      Dave
    • Martin Fowler
      ... And I think this is a very important value of DbC, but also the one that is hardest to do without Eiffel. Martin
      Message 51 of 51 , Jan 6, 2000
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        > But a key for me is I like to see the contract in the interface
        > documentation. Maybe it is more concise or maybe it is just more
        > "traditional", I don't know. It seems more concise and less vulnerable
        > to ambiguity.
        >

        And I think this is a very important value of DbC, but also the one that is
        hardest to do without Eiffel.

        Martin
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