On the right-hand side you will see a link to the “Unibasic Code Coverage” project on sourceforge. This tool will enable you to perform statement level code coverage tests on UniData code. The results are then tabulated and saved as a colour coded HTML file.
This is based on the original prototype I wrote before further developing it for my current employer. Although this open source version is relatively simplistic, I will be progressing it by back-porting features as well as trialling new ideas.
If you try it out, leave a comment or send me an email and let me know how it went. If you are interested in helping with the development of it, or making the minor changes needed to port it to UniVerse then get in touch!
U2Tech is the place where you can see my thoughts on Development in the U2 world. From what I love about it to what really irks me. Although I only professional work with UniData, the sister system UniVerse won’t be left in the cold.
Not only will there be my potentially inane ramblings, but also posts on development progress of Open Source Tools for U2 and some fun coding challenges. I’ll be talking about secure development for U2 and will touch on performance considerations for those time/space critical sections of your system.
It is good to see the U2 team furthering the tools available to developers, but U2 still has a long way to go in catching up to other modern languages.
Hopefully we can help.