[MacRuby-devel] Commercial ready?
Giampiero De Ciantis
gdeciantis at gmail.com
Mon Nov 23 13:46:46 PST 2009
Cucumber and RSpec are the tools I am familiar with. I know Bacon is an Rspec clone, but it doesn't handle some relatively simple applications I have built using RSpec. So it isn't going to work for me. If you are a Cocoa developer moving to MacRuby, maybe the tools available suffice. The lack of RSpec and Cucumber support is a showstopper for me.
On 2009-11-23, at 4:38 PM, Matt Aimonetti wrote:
> What kind of testing tools are you thinking of? You can use Bacon to test your code, I believe Josh posted an example on the macruby website.
> I personnaly think that you can start your production application now and embed 0.5/trunk with the final release.
> Good luck
> Sent from my iPhone
> On Nov 23, 2009, at 13:29, Giampiero De Ciantis <gdeciantis at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Without testing tools I think you are asking for trouble. That's what keeps me waiting. I would also wait for Apple to support it as a product. But I would confident if I had the appropriate safety net in testing tools.
>> On 2009-11-23, at 4:27 PM, Matthew Winter wrote:
>>> I was wondering if anyone thinks or has plans to use MacRuby 0.5 for a commercial application.
>>> My opinion is that with enough testing and waiting for the final 0.5 release that it would be good enough. Especially if the app can auto update so newer releases of MacRuby could be embedded.
>>> What does the group think to this?
>>> Matthew Winter
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