Just an announcement on the availability of some tools…
<a href=”http://atomicobject.com/pages/System+Testing+in+Ruby”>Systir – System Testing in Ruby</a>. Systir allows you to develop a Domain Specific Language for system testing. While it is written in Ruby it is not limited to system testing only Ruby projects.
<a href=”http://atomicobject.com/pages/Mock+Objects+for+OpenLaszlo”>LaszloMock – Mock Objects for OpenLaszlo LzUnit tests</a>.
Our website has changed recently. The old link to Haste <i>is</i> mapped to the new link – meaning that the Haste entry on opensourcetesting does still work. For sake of being up to date, however, here is the new link to <a href=”http://atomicobject.com/pages/Haste”>Haste</a>.
Some of the guys in our office authored CMock for creating mocks in Ruby testing (the C referred to a persons name). As of this week the project has been updated and renamed to <a href=”http://hardmock.rubyforge.org”>HardMock</a>.
I have added Systir and LasloMock as new tools on the site, and changed the Haste URL. Couldnt find much info on Hardmock though, if you could fill in the Submit Tool linked on the homepage for this one then Ill get it set up on the site for you.