How to run unit tests against several versions of a dependency


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asked Mar 14, 2016 by Jnf972 (240 points)
I'm writing java library foo which has dependency on bar:1 But library bar has changed quite bit over time, and I'd like to ensure my library is compatible with every version of bar (1

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answered Apr 2, 2016 by NaqMore (540 points)

All new unit tests are run as well.
Efficiently runningtest suites using abstract undo operations. An incremental approachto unit testing during maintenance.

Try using this Optimizing unit test execution in large software programs using dependency analysis
commented Apr 3, 2016 by GasbarroIn (510 points)
However, Khalek et al
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answered Apr 6, 2016 by gbSuben (290 points)

If a unit test project has an app.
To unit test a workflow service, you must use a proxy class. To begin, declare the following two properties in your unit test class. It can be found at Unit Testing: Constructing the Service and Creating the Test and also detects file renames
commented Apr 8, 2016 by calhaun (2,100 points)
The dependency maps arecompressed with Gzip to reduce storage overhead
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answered May 17, 2016 by gun_on (770 points)

TAO showsthat dependency tracking can be applied to optimize unittest execution. This showsthat TAO is very effective in reducing execution time ofunit tests. The dependency maps arecompressed with Gzip to reduce storage overhead. TAO requires the dependency map Missing dependencies. TAOmisses (b) if the result of rand was odd during runtime interception.
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answered May 26, 2016 by finnin_Me (630 points)
I have met this problem recently
Please go to https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/vstudio/hh323710(v=vs.100).aspx gives a nice explanation to your problem
commented May 26, 2016 by vff_5258_Si (560 points)
TAO requires the dependency mapMissing dependencies

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