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  • Posted a comment on discussion Runtime 🇬🇧 on CODESYS Forge

    Did you ever figure this out? I'm pondering this same question.

  • Posted a review comment on co♻e: unittest framework for CODESYS

    I've caught so many bugs in my code. From silly mistakes to big head scratchers. Massive thanks guys

  • Posted a comment on ticket #60 on co♻e: unittest framework for CODESYS

    See the attached files. Yes, this is in v1.2.0.0

  • Modified a comment on ticket #60 on co♻e: unittest framework for CODESYS

    A note about this. It seems that if all the variables in the function I'm testing are 0.0 then the math can return NaN however if only the divisor (rl2) is 0.0 then the controller will throw a divide-by-zero exception. FUNCTION ExampleFunction : REAL VAR_INPUT rl1 : REAL; rl2 : REAL; rl3 : REAL; END_VAR ExampleFunction := (rl1 / rl2) * rl3; It is interesting the things you discover as you create more test cases. (Thanks for your work on this library <3 )

  • Posted a comment on ticket #60 on co♻e: unittest framework for CODESYS

    A note about this. It seems that if all the variables in the function I'm testing are 0.0 then the math can return NaN however if only the divisor (r2) is 0.0 then the controller will throw a divide-by-zero exception. FUNCTION ExampleFunction : REAL VAR_INPUT rl1 : REAL; rl2 : REAL; rl3 : REAL; END_VAR ExampleFunction := (r1 / r2) * r3; It is interesting the things you discover as you create more test cases. (Thanks for your work on this library <3 )

  • Created ticket #60 on co♻e: unittest framework for CODESYS

    AssertEquals_REAL does not handle NaN

  • Posted a comment on ticket #56 on co♻e: unittest framework for CODESYS

    Did some digging on the format and I can't seem to find disabled as an attribute in the xsd (https://github.com/windyroad/JUnit-Schema/blob/master/JUnit.xsd) however skipped is mentioned, but in the context of <testsuite>

  • Posted a comment on ticket #56 on co♻e: unittest framework for CODESYS

    It seems it is not reported as disabled in the xml report or in the log. (See attached screen shots), but is reported as SKIPPED in the test suite. Maybe I misunderstand the disabled field for <testsuites> I was expecting that to give the total disabled or skipped tests. It does get marked as skipped, but calling TEST_FINISHED() doesn't mark it finished. (Not sure if it should)

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