In preparation for its upcoming version, v2.0, the CFUnit project has switched to Subversion version control system.
Subversion will provide a number of improvements over the previous version control system, CVS. Switching to this version control system will help coordinate the changes planned for the next version of CFUnit, and provide easier access to potential contributes.
The previous CVS repository will be retained temporarily for historical purposes, but all future development will be done via the new system. ... read more
Six months after its beta release, and four months after its first release candidate, CFUnit has launched its first stable production version. CFUnit is a xUnit testing framework for ColdFusion, modeled after the popular JUnit framework.
This release includes more detailed SQL exception messages, as well as new set of core runner files. These core files are for convenience and can by duplicated to begin building ColdFusion unit tests as quickly as possible.... read more
CFUnit has released v0.5.2 it's third, and hopefully final, release candidate. CFUnit is a xUnit testing framework for ColdFusion, modeled after the popular JUnit framework.
This release includes many bug fixes and a new improved test runner design. Thank you to all the people who contributed to this version, including Mark Mandel and Paul Kenney.
CFUnit is now offering to highlight projects that have used its testing framework. CFUnit is an xUnit testing framework for ColdFusion, modeled after the popular JUnit framework.
Last month many ColdFusion developers downloaded CFUnit. This month the download rate continues to increase and may in fact double last month's rate. With the addition and an Ant extension for CFUnit testing, the project's progress is looking great. ... read more
CFUnit has released v0.5, its first Release Candidate. CFUnit is a xUnit testing framework for ColdFusion, modeled after the popular JUnit framework.
CFUnit was revived last August and has grown extensively since then in both functionality and in community interest. This is largely because of the recognition from industry leaders such as Ben Forta (http://www.forta.com/blog/index.cfm?mode=e&entry=1765) and Jonathan Cogley (http://weblogs.asp.net/jcogley/archive/2005/10/13/427372.aspx)... read more
A new primer has been added to the CFUnit site. CFUnit is a unit testing framework for ColdFusion, modeled after the popular JUnit framework. This new document will help new users get started using CFUnit.
The document can be viewed at:
Though this primer does not cover the full power of CFUnit this primer will hopefully help new users get a start using CFUnit and get them interested in learning more about the project.... read more
CFUnit now supports testing against CFML Templates (*.cfm files) and CF Modules. CFUnit is a unit testing framework for ColdFusion, modeled after the popular JUnit framework.
In the most recent release, there has been two new methods added, assertOutputs(), and generateOutputs(). With these methods it is easy for a ColdFusion developer to test templates and modules. For more information, see the help documentation on testing templates with CFUnit:
http://cfunit.sourceforge.net/help-template.php... read more
CFUnit has released its first Beta version. CFUnit is a unit testing framework for ColdFusion, modeled after the popular JUnit framework.
CFUnit was revived in August as an Alpha release and has been slowly refined since then. In this release there is better assertion logic, and the few known bugs have been resolved.
It is hoped that this version will be the bases for our first stable/production release, which we hope to release within the next few months. We are currently in need of ColdFusion developers who can download and use the framework in their own work to help us improve and refine the project even further.... read more
A new version of CFUnit has been released. This version is easier to install, and therefore I hope it will make distributing it easier.
This release is easier to install for two reasons. First, there are no more references to the Junit framework, so there is no longer a need for the Junit.jar file to be downloaded and installed. The second reason is that the TestRunner CFC was moved to the framework folder, making the framework more stable and portable.... read more
The new web site is about as basic as a site can be, after all everything has to start somewhere. But as basic as it is, it will hopefully help build some more interest in the CFUnit project.
A CFUnit logo is also in the works which we can incorporate into the page and other CFUnit material. I will also be looking into more interesting page designs, so feel free to post your suggestions in the CFUnit forums.... read more
There are the new help documents that explain how to handle a few of the more complex test scenarios.
Collection Testing: http://sourceforge.net/docman/display_doc.php?docid=29698&group_id=145385
Testing CFC Object's Type: http://sourceforge.net/docman/display_doc.php?docid=29828&group_id=145385
Testing CFThrow: http://sourceforge.net/docman/display_doc.php?docid=29826&group_id=145385
This version is just a starting point, but is stable. This version only supports components, and has room to grow. But this will give everyone something to try out and hopefully provide some great suggestions for improvement.
CFUnit has been revived. As of August 4th, 2005 CFUnit has new project leadership and will soon begin to see some changes.
This project is looking for developers/testers that would be willing to contribute some time to refining this initial release.
There is now an alpha release of the project which has been working for a few weeks. This release will be committed the CVS soon so that we can begin to receive some feedback. This initial release will be focused on simple getting a working framework running, and writing enough help documentation to make the tool usable. The initial release will also probably only include a testing framework for ColdFusion Components. CFML templates, customer tags, and modules may come later.... read more