Tag: DUnit

Melbourne Meeting – January 2006

January 2006

Detecting Memory Leaks via DUnit Extensions – Peter McNab

Peter demonstrated proposed changes to DUnit which automatically and swiftly identifies unit tests which leak memory or fail to call Checkxxx(). In the past leak testing was a very manual process involving running Memproof or Codewatch type tools.… Continue reading ›

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Melbourne Meeting – September 2005

September 2005

DUnit on DataModules – Mathias Burbach

We saw how we can separate our business logic from the user interface and how to apply unit testing on the business logic contained in TDataModule.

This presentation was preceded with the AGM.… Continue reading ›

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Adelaide Meetings – 2003

December 1st 2003

Paperclips Everywhere – Darren Ferguson

Mention the words MS-Office and paperclip together in the same sentence and most people will assume the foetal position and gently rock back and forward while muttering, “I’m not writing a letter…I’m not writing a letter”.… Continue reading ›

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Melbourne Meetings – 2002

December Grahame Grieve: Faxing with ASyncPro. Grahame shared the fruits of his labours in getting the fax component of this useful package from TurboPower working.
Paul Spain: A DUnit Expert. Paul presented an OpenTools API plug-in for Delphi 5-7 to assist with DUnit testing.… Continue reading ›

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Melbourne Meetings – 2001

December: Meet Andrew Munro. Andrew, the new head of Borland Australia, gave us an update on Borland Oz.
Automated Unit Testing. Peter Hinrichsen gave a brief introductory presentation on the value of DUnit. Tim Knipe gave a rundown on his use of DUnit and other tools and techniques to test his Shell Control Pack version 2.… Continue reading ›

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