Well written and maintained unit tests are always valuable, not just in TDD.
My C++ is admittedly rusty (mostly do C# these days, with a little bit of js and java) and I'm not familiar with googletest, so it'll be awhile before I'm ready to start contributing tests.
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- 07 Feb 2018, 02:27
- Forum: General
- Topic: Criken and friends having some fun shenanigans in TES3MP
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- 06 Feb 2018, 22:53
- Forum: Organisation and Planning
- Topic: Principles and Vision
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Hello! Long time lurker, rarely a poster. In meatspace I'm a Software Engineer in Test, which means I write automated testing as my day job. I was wondering if my experience could be utilized here? Having good unit tests is always of help in a project, especially as it nears "completion", and they'r...
How do you intend to deal with the Dagoth Ur bug? Off of the top of my head, re-instate the fix and reduce the dealt damage to 20 per Ash Vampire, reducing his HP by just under half. I think this allows you to fix a bug in the script while still maintaining the *intent* of it. But then again, that i...