[Pharo-dev] Abstract test classes are not managed well in SUnit
Cyril Ferlicot D.
cyril.ferlicot at gmail.com
Sat Jun 3 20:50:31 EDT 2017
Le 04/06/2017 à 02:26, monty a écrit :
> I've seen this before, and I'm not sure it's a bug.
> A testless, non-abstract subclass of a TestCase is useless unless it inherits test methods. But if it defines its own test methods, then it isn't clear if it was made a subclass to inherit test methods, or if it was made a subclass to inherit non-test helper methods, or both. I think to be safe it assumes the second.
> Implement #shouldInheritSelectors in the superclass to get your intended behavior.
I think that in most case we want the tests from the superclass. At
least this is what I expect.
A subclass of an object keep the behaviour of its superclass when the
methods are not overridden. Why should it be different for tests?
I see your point but if that is the case I think it should inherit the
tests by default and we could had a way to prevent this behaviour in
It is very awkward to get less tests after adding a new test in a class.
I think it reduce the power of the tests.
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