[CrackMonkey] [firstname.lastname@example.org: Re: cunit]
nick at zork.net
Wed Dec 6 12:26:30 PST 2000
Okay, so am I totally high here, or is "cunit" an undesirable
----- Forwarded message from Christian Holmboe <spotty at codefactory.se> -----
Thank you for your thoughts, I'm well aware of the name problem.. On one
hand I wouldn't like users of cunit feel that they had to sprikle their
code with profanities and on the other hand 'cunit' is by tradition *the*
name for a C unit testing framework.
Do you think this is a big enough issue for the english speaking users to
motivate a name change? I might have difficulties to grasp exactly how eye
catching the name is to native english speaking persons, you can help me
On Tue, 5 Dec 2000, Nick Moffitt wrote:
> I may have sent mail to you before, when I was mistakenly following an
> old xprogramming.org link.
> I've been playing around with cunit, and I'm quite pleased with it.
> The only problem I've had with it is the name.
> The 'i' is the smallest letter in the name, and my eye often skips it.
> If you remove the 'i' from "cunit", you get an extremely dirty English
> I realize this is a rather petty thing to complain about, and I'm not
> on a moral purity crusade or anything. I also realize that there's a
> long tradition of naming unit-testing suites <foo>unit. I just
> thought that perhaps the dirty English word isn't as widely known in
> Sweden, and you might like to know.
Christian Holmboe christian.holmboe at codefactory.se
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