Saturday, August 02, 2008

Module Testing with Python

One of the great advantages of dynamic languages in general, and Python in particular, is that they tend to be much easier to test than statically typed languages.

Not only that, but the IronPython interactive interpreter makes it very easy to manually test C# assemblies - creating instances and calling methods of your .NET classes.

James McCaffrey demonstrates IronPython for 'ad-hoc' testing of some classes from a poker library. He emphasises the value of Python for automated testing.

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