Monthly Archives: September 2013

What’s in a Name?

In my last post, we saw how Fixie lets you define conventions for parameterized tests. My goal was to provide a way for convention authors to tell Fixie what inputs should be passed into any given test method, allowing for … Continue reading 

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A Swiss Army Katana

Before now, test methods for the Fixie test framework had to have zero parameters. If your test method had a parameter, it would fail without being called. Fixie would have no idea what values to pass in. As of Fixie … Continue reading 

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Test Execution Order

In a perfect world, the order of execution of your tests shouldn’t matter. If each test is isolated and makes no unfair assumptions about the state under test, they’ll behave the same no matter the order. In reality, we’re all … Continue reading 

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Shufflin’ Ain’t Sortin’

I recently added a test-shuffling feature to the Fixie test framework. The basic idea is that you can opt into randomizing the order of execution for tests within a test class. I’ll cover the details of the test shuffling feature … Continue reading 

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