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Testing FIT
June 22, 2007 @ 07:45:00

On the PHP-Tools blog, Gerd Schauffelberger has posted about a new PEAR package he's just created to implement the FIT testing protocol.

Testing_FIT is the PHP and pearish version of Ward Cunningham's FIT http://fit.c2.com. As such it provides an easy to use framework for acceptance software tests.

The package is a simple download and install and gives you four basic fixtures to use Action-, Column-, Row- and Primitve-Fixture (and a Summary-Fixture for stats purposes).

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