[wp-hackers] Unit Testing
wojtek.szkutnik at gmail.com
Thu Jan 26 21:50:00 UTC 2012
I don't follow your point - I know exactly what's the coverage of these -
hence my question about specific parts of code that developers think should
be covered first. Since I'm looking for interesting projects for GSoC this
year, it seems like a pretty valid question to me.
I think that we should improve the coverage of the existing unit tests
first, rather than take on JS tests and have another semi-finished feature.
But this will probably be discussed at least a few more times.
On Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 10:07 PM, Stas Sușcov <stas at nerd.ro> wrote:
> I believe this thread was started by simply not being aware of existing
> tests for WordPress and the coverage of those.
> I would raise this question again after checking resources that Aaron
> already posted, and the answer you will discover (probably on your own) is
> "Patches welcome!".
> What I would really love to see, is a travis-ci or some other CI setup for
> a real-time overview of current codebase modifications.
> tests for UI/UX responsible code.
> În data de Thu, 26 Jan 2012 21:14:21 +0200, Aaron Jorbin <aaron at jorb.in>
> a scris:
> On Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 2:02 PM, Wojtek Szkutnik <
>> wojtek.szkutnik at gmail.com>
>> Seems like we have a winner :) Do you guys have any specific parts of WP
>>> that you'd like to see covered?
>>> If it's not covered by https://github.com/nb/**wordpress-tests<https://github.com/nb/wordpress-tests>or
>> http://unit-tests.trac.**wordpress.org/<http://unit-tests.trac.wordpress.org/>, it should have a unit test in my
>> opinion. None of the JS is currently unit tested.
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