|Re: Tools to built tests for a RCP [message #509098 is a reply to message #509059]
||Thu, 21 January 2010 11:28
|| Mickael Istria
Registered: July 2009
Location: Grenoble, France
Maybe you could take a look at SWTBot, which is basically a plugin that allows you to register user events and then to reproduce them automatically so that you could verify user scenarios.
For bad style code, you can install several plugins such as FindBugs, Checkstyle and so on in your Eclipse development workspace so that you will have some reports about your code in your development environment.
If possible I strongly advise you to automate as much your unit and acceptance tests as possible, using JUnit, so that you can easily repeat them and even include them in an automated build.
Juan Miguel a écrit :
> Hi Everybody! Are you OK? I hope so.
> I have finished my RCP app, so I need to built tests to check a lot of
> things such as:
> - Bad behaviour code
> - Bad style code
> - Bad behaviour in editors, views and the rest of Workbench components
> - plus another typical checks ...
> I'm looking for good plugins / tools / apps / methods to do my tests in
> a fast and quality way and I know some that could be insteresting such
> as check style or JUnit.
> Does anybody know more tools that could be interesting and helpful for
> me? Mainly I need some type of tool or methodology to the visual
> components in my application, like the tables, composites etc.
> Thanks in advance!
Mickael Istria - BonitaSoft S.A.
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