BRASS v1.0.0 released

BRASS 1.0.0 has been released.

BRASS stands for Bare-Metal Ruby Assertion System Standard. It is a very
basic foundational assertions framework for other assertion and test
frameworks to make use so they can all work together harmoniously.

This is the initial release of BRASS. It is given a 1.0.0 version
despite being such a new project because it is very simple and the code
is derived from other system that have used it for some time.

Changes:

  • Happy Birthday!

For info: the GIT and BUG links are buggy on the home page.

B

Thanks, fixed.

Hmmm, I don’t think so :wink:

B

On Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 8:07 PM, Intransition [email protected]
wrote:

Fracking Bananas! Okay, NOW it’s fixed. Yes, truly fixed. I tested… twice.

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You have a > too much there.

Fracking Bananas! Okay, NOW it’s fixed. Yes, truly fixed. I tested…
twice.

Double thanks.

P.S. Just released update which defaults to RuntimeError instead fo
StandardError, which is what Ruby does with #raise when no exception
class
is specified. And it should also fix the documentation (.yardopts got
left
out of the last release).

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