Detecting runtime problems.

JonY 10walls at gmail.com
Thu Apr 17 10:22:30 PDT 2008


Daniel Myers wrote:
> The best route that I can think of to get you going, is to write a stub.
> A stub basically simulates the system that you are trying to integrate
> with but don't have access and can allow you to debug your own code.
> Here is a wiki page on it giving a more general idea:
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Method_stub
> basically you write a small program that gives back a specific data that
> is static that allows you to debug your own software.  Stubs are used
> quite frequently on large projects where not everyone gets their code
> done in time for others to start debugging, or limited times to run the
> test code on the actual system.
> Hope that helps
> Daniel
>

Thanks, never thought of it that way before.



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