Category Archives: XML

Taking testing seriously

As I’ve written in the previous post, there is a long way to go from first tests to the complete testing suite. Without further ado, here is the list of things I consider important for a test suite of a … Continue reading

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Testing libraries is important – who knew?!

Four years and a half ago, I was working on a pet game project which used XML format as intermediate storage format. Initially we used TinyXML, but I got tired of its interface and horrible parsing performance, and found pugxml. … Continue reading

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On joys and sorrows of library development – part 1

This may come as a surprise, but I am not dead. In fact, what you see is a new post! As usual I have a lot of interesting themes to cover, and barely enough time to spare. While I’m at … Continue reading

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