DBus is the most common RPC middleware used in Linux desktop shell development. Unfortunately it does not provide much support for testing services using it. I created libqtdbustest and libqtdbusmock to fill this gap, for Qt/C++ based services, at least.
Over the last few years I have become a much bigger fan of dynamic languages like Ruby and Python. Today I was thinking about one of my old gripes about dynamic languages, which was a lack of method overloading.
I guess this is really just a link to someone’s Github project. It’s a spec-style testing framework for BASH that has helped me write tested shell scripts!
If you’re currently executing your target platform that you build your product from instead of a properly installed Eclipse, you will have troubles when you upgrade. Eclipse 3.5 and above don’t count plug-ins as installed by simply unzipping - the configuration meta data must refer to them. The best way is to download a complete Eclipse and unzip this somewhere on your build server, instead of assembling it from components at build time. Guess we should have been doing this all along.
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