Announcing OmnisTAP — congratulations –for using a git repo to opensource a great idea
not only am i excited for what OmnisTAP is a harbringer off as a developer toolset add on… I couldn’t help but noticing that the entire library is in a git repository …
and that is so fantastic — congratulations for being the first to get something really useful into the open source world using the omnis toolset — this couldn’t be more a more exciting thing for the community.
Good for you. Now we have to get our own act in gear and get some of our stuff *already free) up to studio 8.1 and do the same thing in a git repo.
thank you for doing that .. it is a very big deal.
> On Sep 4, 2017, at 6:00 AM, Alex Clay <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi $all,
> I am very excited to announce our unit-testing tool for Omnis Studio, OmnisTAP, is now available.
> github.com/suransys/omnistap <github.com/suransys/omnistap>
> I will be teaching two classes at EurOmnis (www.omnisworld.co.uk <www.omnisworld.co.uk/>) next month that cover testing with OmnisTAP and performing continuous integration with OmnisCLI (github.com/suransys/omniscli <github.com/suransys/omniscli>). I hope you can make it!
> The github page for OmnisTAP has a wiki with documentation, but please don’t hesitate to ask any questions.
> OmnisTAP represents 7 years of development, and we use it to run thousands of tests every day on our projects. I hope it’s useful to you as well, and I can’t wait to see what suggestions and enhancements the community brings!
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