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|0005044||[Squeak] System||tweak||N/A||09-22-06 16:49||09-22-06 16:49|
|Summary||0005044: Sunit-Tools Equal/Hash TestCase improvement and tests|
Replaced the equalsHashTester as it was not checking anything significant. Taking the cue from the Junitx.extensions class EqualsHashCodeTester, and assuming that the the equality 'contract' of most implementations of #= are similar to the Java specified contract, I have reworked the testcases where possible to use the new class EqualsHashCodeTestCase. From the majority of test I implemented using this class, the assumption regarding how equality works in Squeak seems to hold (except for where classes deliberately use identity equality).
Change Set attached.
Implementation based on http://junit-addons.sourceforge.net/junitx/extensions/EqualsHashCodeTestCase.html [^]
Tests for broad alignment with the contract specified (for Java) at http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.5.0/docs/api/java/lang/Object.html#equals(java.lang.Object) [^]
This is my first submission, and was done as I wanted a better understanding of Sunit. Therefore I am unsure I have all the correct Squeak idioms.
Before I continue and write more tests for the remaining implementations of #= can I get some feedback on the work so far? Is it 'squeaky' enough :-)
|Attached Files||EqualHashTesting.1.cs.zip [^] (3,670 bytes) 09-22-06 16:49|
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|09-22-06 16:49||cbarham||New Issue|
|09-22-06 16:49||cbarham||File Added: EqualHashTesting.1.cs.zip|
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