Along these same lines, is there any chance of automatically adding targets
for mkmf the way Perl’s ExtUtils::MakeMaker module does? It uses
Test::Harness and runs the file “test.pl” and/or looks for test files by
globbing “t/*.t” (i.e. any file in the ‘t’ directory that ends with ‘.t’).
What do you think?
In message “Standard Unit Testing Framework?” > on 02/08/08, Lyle Johnson email@example.com writes:
Was a decision ever made about incorporating one of the unit testing
frameworks (either RubyUnit or Test::Unit) into the Ruby 1.7
distribution? I don’t mean as an add-on package, but a
standard part of
the library. It seemed at one point that Test::Unit had been
the heir apparent to RubyUnit (see e.g. ruby-talk:23904),
and I thought
I saw posts that indicated that it was being incorporated
into the Ruby
Test::Unit will. But I don’t follow the situation between their