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Author: Joe Rinehart (All RIAForge projects by this author)
Last Updated: December 11, 2006 4:33 PM
Version: Bare Bones
Views: 46,485
Downloads: 0
License: Apache License, Version 2

Description:

HappyCamper is another frontend for the CFCUnit framework.

It's not terribly pretty - it's just no-nonsense frontend to CFCUnit that allows you to run multiple tests and browse their results without re-running.

It's intended for developers using FDS either on their local machines or on a development server. You can figure event gateways to monitor directories containing code, and then "push" test requests out to the HappyCamper frontend. That way, as soon as you modify a watched file, its test is re-run, much like using the CFEclipse/Ant/CFCUnit combination.

MASSIVE DISCLAIMER:

Neither I nor Firemoss am promoting this project as a product. It's simply a development tool meant for other developers. The code in the SVN repository is basically a backup of two Flex Builder projects - one for the Flex / J2EE side of the equation, and the other for the ColdFusion bits. There's minimal documentation, and you'll need to know how to set up and deploy an FDS application as well as link the application to the Cairngorm.swc file before building it.



Requirements:

ColdFusion 7.0.2, CFCUnit, Flex Data Services (express, the free version, is fine!), Cairngorm 2.x

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