Archive for October 2008

Fuzzy Testing

October 13, 2008

I’ve been thinking about various aspects of the upcoming project to create a testing framework for LCFG components. One thing we really need is a replacement for what I am going to term “fuzzy matching”. With the current framework there is support for embedding tags [% and %] to mark sections which are going to […]

Moving to the new build tools just got easier

October 8, 2008

I’ve been working on porting the MPU components to the new LCFG build tools. This is giving me a good idea of how successful the tools are at handling a wide variety of situations. So far everything seems to be going pretty well, I’ve certainly not hit any major stumbling blocks which would suggest the […]

Learning Perl

October 7, 2008

I was going to post this as a comment to Chris’s recent post but it started to get a bit long and involved so I reckoned it would be better as a separate entry on my blog. The Programming Perl book is basically considered to be the only complete specification of what Perl is and […]