itconsul (1) [Avatar] Offline
#1
Hello,

i try to work trough the book, and its nice to see how quickly its going on.
But i have a proplem with unit-Testing.
I use a xampp on a windows plattform.
The unittests in the application-examples includes:

require_once 'PHPUnit/Framework/TestSuite.php';
require_once 'PHPUnit/TextUI/TestRunner.php';

But the dirs Framework, TextUI and others are by xampp in the dirsmilieHPunit2.

My question is: is it possible to use Zend_Test with PHPunit2 ?
regard
akrabat (479) [Avatar] Offline
#2
Re: Proplems with the books unittests with zend 1.9
Hi,

I have no idea, but I'd try it, if I were you smilie

Rob...
apprentice (77) [Avatar] Offline
#3
Re: Proplems with the books unittests with zend 1.9
I haven't acquired experiences with PHPunit testing yet. So I don't have any smart advices for you.

But I want to remark on something else, non-standard WAMP/LAMP/MAMP setups.






According to "Apache Guru of the year 2008" - dklynn
post #9






Summary of what dklynn said:

Using packaged server setups. Means that you're putting your life in somebody elses hands, for every twist and turn that occurs. Unless the XAMPP developers are pushing for ZF compatibility then you won't have much headaches.





But if not then everytime you try to do something new you will have to account for this extra layer of non-standard problems. Which in my eyes complicates something that is already complicated to begin with. smilie







According to "Apache Guru of the year 2008" - dklynn
post #9





kons,

There are 'induhviduals' who create a package to install all the elements of a web server in one package - usually for WinDoze. I know that people have come here for help with XAAMP (a WAMP package) but, IMHO, you're far better off downloading and installing the different packages yourself.

Yes, LAMP is the Linux flavor of Apache, MySQL and PHP while WAMP is the WinDoze flavor.

Regards,

DK
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