In a recent blog post I wrote about about the migration from JUnit4 to JUnit5 as unit testing framework. Even though the version number increase from 2.0.1 to 2.0.2 might not look like much, it is in fact a major milestone for OpenFastTrace, since from here on writing tests will be faster and more efficient.
Monthly Archives: October 2018
On refactoring an hidden technical dept
Can you accumulate technical dept, even if you regularly clean up your sources meticulously? A short while ago I would have said that this is possible but unlikely. That was before I started taking on the migration of all of OpenFastTrace‘s unit tests from JUnit4 to JUnit5. Like most non-trivial projects OFT accumulated quite a […]
OpenFastTrace 2.0.0 released
This release is a big step forward. One new feature, a few small fixes and a lot of code improvements that gives us a much cleaner and more uniform API, better test coverage and lower overall complexity. But a new API also means we had to break backward compatibility to achieve something that the existing […]