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Till's Blog:
Avoiding common pitfalls with Zend_Test
March 31, 2009 @ 10:23:13

Till has recently made a post to his blog looking to help other developers avoid some of the common issues that he's seen with the Zend_Test component of the Zend Framework.

I feel like I've wasted a great deal of time last week with basics that were nowhere to be found or required debugging to no end. The following is the outcome, a rather random list of things to watch out for when you're starting on Zend_Test.

He has notes on a few different topics like debugging, environment control, crating an AllTests file, avoiding direct calls to PHP and bootstrapping correctly. A knowledge of PHPUnit and unit testing is recommended.

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