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Thursday, February 19, 2009

VUnit Explained

It has been said that languages without type verification don't need it because ultimately its just a limited form of testing and unit tests are a better way of doing things. Its fair to say that the argument is losing ground as people such as mozilla are looking at static type checking. Ultimately type information is much more than that, its also a way to navigate code. In any case Vexi ought to have its own testing framework, and as it turns out it does in VUnit, just not much had been written about it and how to use it. This is no longer the case, as i've updated the wiki with an explanation.

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