Can you post the slide deck? I'd love to pass a link around to co-workers.
Thank you, James! It is really eye opening on Google test stuff. Look forward to the Web Testing Framework coming out!
Professor,I went to the Google Test Engineering Open House on September 15 on NYC. I asked about a feature request and you told me to send you an email, and here is! I'm a fan of Gtest and the only problem that I have encounter with the framework is that it failed on Unix (but not Win32, it works just fine!) at run-time when I'm are trying to catch an assertion from a particular thread.The only thing that I saw in the documentation was the following:http://code.google.com/p/googletest/wiki/V1_5_0_AdvancedGuide#Death_Tests_And_ThreadsNote: Google Test is designed with threads in mind. Once the synchronization primitives in have been implemented, Google Test will become thread-safe, meaning that you can then use assertions in multiple threads concurrently.Personally, I think Gtest is the best framework out there, and I would like to keep using it, so when are we getting the multi-hreaded assertion support on Unix?Thanks,Armando Fonseca.
Look forward to more of these events in the future!Hopefully, I can make it next time.Xing Fu
Thanks for the talk, very insightful! (even for a developer :D )
Thanks for sharing this. I am looking forward for next events.
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