[erlang-questions] Integration testing in Erlang

Kirill Zaborski qrilka@REDACTED
Thu Jun 14 14:19:36 CEST 2007

But I do not get it - why do you need 2 different test frameworks?
Does not Yatsy include functionality of EUnit?


On 6/14/07, Torbjorn Tornkvist <tobbe@REDACTED> wrote:
Kirill Zaborski wrote:
> > A bit scarce docs, placing some simple example will be useful.
> There are some edoc info in the code,
> but yes, the docs are lacking a bit.
> I started to implement an example for an app in jungerl
> but got side-tracked. I will try to finish the example.
> > How does yatsy differ from test_server and EUnit?
> It takes (almost) the same ETS SUITE files as input.
> The main difference to ETS is that it is available from
> a public repository and thus can be improved and maintained
> properly.
> We (Kreditor) use it for our automatic testsuites both nightly
> builds as well as integrated with Cruise Control (i.e all test-suites
> are automatically run as soon as someone does a checkin into our svn repos).
> We are also using EUnit which is great to use for a test-driven
> development aproach. See this the excellent blog entry for example:
> http://pragdave.pragprog.com/pragdave/2007/04/testfirst_word_.html
> > Integration with Yaws?
> Yatsy can produce reports as HTML on disk as well as deliver
> them via the Yaws server that automatically is setup.
> Cheers, Tobbe
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