On Thu, May 6, 2010 at 1:23 PM, Allan Odgaard firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I personally use http://github.com/sorbits/CxxTest (my fork) — I did a “unix runner” so that it is silent unless there is an error, and if there is an error, the runner exists with a non-zero exit code.
This works great with Makefiles (so rake as well, I assume). But while it can be used with Objective-C, it probably mostly is for C++ (e.g. you would need to write traits to pretty print the Objective-C objects used in assertions).
So does this mean that TextMate is primarily written in C++ rather than Obj-C?