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Month: February 2019

CODAC Applications Engineer

Main job Software Department SCOD / Science & Operations Department Division SCOD / Control System Division Section SCOD / CSD / CODAC Section Job Family Engineer – 1 Application Deadline (MM/DD/YYYY) 04/14/2019 Grade P2 Direct employment Not required Purpose To contribute to the final design of the Control, Data Access and Communication (CODAC) Operational Applications (central supervision and automation, plant configuration, scheduling system) in a collaborative environment;To contribute to the final design of the Plasma […]

Introduction gtest

Why use the Google C++ Testing Framework? There are many good reasons for you to use this framework. This section describes several of them. Some categories of tests have bad memory problems that surface only during certain runs. Google’s test framework provides excellent support for handling such situations. You can repeat the same test a thousand times using the Google framework. At the first sign of a failure, the debugger is automatically invoked. In addition, […]

JUnit5 User Guide

What is JUnit 5? Unlike previous versions of JUnit, JUnit 5 is composed of several different modules from three different sub-projects. JUnit 5 = JUnit Platform + JUnit Jupiter + JUnit Vintage The JUnit Platform serves as a foundation for launching testing frameworks on the JVM. It also defines the TestEngineAPI for developing a testing framework that runs on the platform. Furthermore, the platform provides a Console Launcher to launch the platform from the command line and a JUnit 4 based Runner for running any TestEngine on the platform in a […]

JUnit Introduction

1. The JUnit Framework JUnit is a test framework which uses annotations to identify methods that specify a test. JUnit is an open source project hosted at Github. 2. How to define a test in JUnit? A JUnit test is a method contained in a class which is only used for testing. This is called a Test class. To define that a certain method is a test method, annotate it with the @Test annotation. This method executes the code under test. You […]

How to install SonarQube, SonarLint

1. SonarLint for Eclipse SonarLint is available an stand-alone extension for the Eclipse IDE. You can install SonarLint into Eclipse via the marketplace client. The update site is http://eclipse.sonarlint.org. See Sonar on Eclipse for details. 2. Installation of SonarQube Running SonarQube via Docker is as simple as the following command. You can now login your local Sonar server on http://localhost:9000/ with the admin user and the admin password. Click on: Create your first project. This will allow you to create an access token which you […]

Artifactory Introduction

As a Maven repository, Artifactory is both a source for artifacts needed for a build, and a target to deploy artifacts generated in the build process. Maven is configured using a settings.xml file located under your Maven home directory (typically, this will be /user.home/.m2/settings.xml). For more information on configuring Maven please refer to the Apache Maven Project Settings Reference. The default values in this file configure Maven to work with a default set of repositories used to resolve artifacts and a […]

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