Monthly Archives: July 2014

Automated bug finding with git bisect and boost::test

Here we use boost::test to write test programs for our C++ code, and git as a distributed version control system to track revisions. One day a test that used to pass stopped working so I decided to try git-bisect to … Continue reading

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Third LIBPF app preview

This time we have dynamic pages and you can switch between 4 pseudo-servers (switching server changes the app skin). But of course no server is running yet so it’s all fakes (there is a fruit salat configurator you can play … Continue reading

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Using jshint on Debian jessie

tl;dr: If you wish to use jshint on Debian jessie, do this: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install nodejs nodejs-legacy npm sudo npm install jshint -g jshint Long story: this is difficult to get right if you read random posts … Continue reading

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Second LIBPF app preview

Hey we’re still in the early prototyping phase – it’s all static pages – but you asked for it, so here it is on the XCode simulator (iPhone 3.5 retina): Portrait view: aaapp2_320.m4v. Landscape view : aaapp3_320.m4v. Random screenshots: For … Continue reading

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First try at webapp integration testing with capybara on debian

Capybara looks like a promising tecnology for integration testing of web applications, so we decided to give it a try on debian jessie workstation. There are some howtos around based on rails or other ruby-specific stuff, but what is required … Continue reading

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