I have just finished releasing v2.3.0 of utPLSQL. The changes are:
I have just finished releasing v2.2.3 of utPLSQL. The changes are:
I have just finished releasing v2.2.2 of utPLSQL. The main changes are:
I have just finished releasing v2.2.1 of utPLSQL. The main change is a fix to the uninstaller - it used to leave 2 views behind. The documentation has also been updated and is now valid XHTML.
With the kind support of Steven Feuerstein (plsqlguy), I have recently been added to this project as a new administrator. I hope to dust off a few cobwebs and get the lights turned back on, as it were. utPLSQL is an excellent utility and it'd be nice to see it continue as an active project!
After a lull of several years, a new (non-beta) version of utPLSQL has finally been released.
It now allows direct running of test packages where there is no associated package. So you can test ut_foobar even if there is no package foobar.
Version 2.1.1 is now available for download. This corresponds with the version distributed with OUnit (www.ounit.com). The installer has been rewritten, there are a variety of bug fixes and the documentation has been updated.
All of the source for utPLSQL is now held in the CVS repository. Initially only those people who are project admins will have the ability to commit changes. What this means is that if you want to submit changes to the code, you should do the following:
1) Get the latest version from CVS. For details of how to do this, see:
2) Once you have made your changes, I would suggest doing a CVS update to see if anyone has changed anything in the meantime (unless you code very quickly!).... read more
I have just released a patched version (126.96.36.199) which fixes a number of problems in the previous release. The 188.8.131.52 version has also been withdrawn.
A new version of utPLSQL is out, with contributions from several new people. Release notes are at https://sourceforge.net/project/shownotes.php?release_id=115035
It's been a while, but a new version of utPLSQL is out. Highlights are the ability to run named test packages using utplsql.run, a new parameter to override the standard test package naming convention and my utOutput package and associated assertions. The documentation has also been updated in a number of places.
The documentation has been reworked to make it cleaner and also easier to add new docs. There is an online version at https://sourceforge.net/docman/display_doc.php?docid=9824&group_id=6633. There is also a new document describing how to add documentation at https://sourceforge.net/docman/display_doc.php?docid=10055&group_id=6633. The docs are now in CVS and there are new tasks to make the updates.
The new version is out. See the change log for the list of changes. Good to see some new names in the code!
I have added the script which allows utPLSQL to be run directly from Toad 7.2 to the downloads.
The document describing how to go about developing new assertion code for utPLSQL has been updated. See the Docs section for more.
I have added a patch which redefines one of the tables to avoid using CLOB, which is an Oracle 8 datatype.
The first set of tasks have been entered into the TaskManager. At the moment, we are concentrating on adding assertions to utPLSQL. Go to the Tasks section for more info. If you see one you want to take on, make sure you are registered here , then mail Steven (http://sourceforge.net/sendmessage.php?touser=30290).
The latest version of utPLSQL (184.108.40.206) is available in the Files section (http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=6633). There is also a document on adding assertions. This is in the Docs section (http://sourceforge.net/docman/?group_id=6633).
Added a simple homepage on http://utplsql.sourceforge.net with links to the O'Reilly Site, the Yahoo discussion group plus an online version of the documentation. It describes how to get involved in the development of utPLSQL.
I have uploaded the latest version (2.0.7) as well as the last 'full' release (1.5.6)
Steven sent me all the latest files and I more-or-less populated the CVS repository with them. Please note that even though it listed me as the author of the files, I'm just the messenger!