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Eric Jan Malotaux of Elegant Relational Development b.v. has created ORUnit for the unit testing of OpenROAD applications. This framework is available from the SourceForge site at http://orunit.sourceforge.net/.
Jim Antill has sent us a demonstration copy of the OpenROAD Object Modeler application that he is currently working on. The OpenROAD Object Modeler allows OpenROAD userclasses to be visually created in the form of an Object Model that uses standard ‘OO’ notation
Roger Smith of Apertus Systems Limited in Leeds, Manchester and Nottingham has sent us the Job Intraday Manager (JIM) application. The JIM application allows UNIX job scripts on a UNIX server to be run remotely and monitored from an OpenROAD 4.0 client application.The standard JIM application can easily be integrated into any existing OpenROAD 4.0 application. A demonstration set of frames and UNIX job scripts are also included to provide guidance through menu frames for starting the JIM application, and the launching of several remote test jobs on a UNIX server.
Christian Delaunay at L'Oréal - DGT P&L Informatique in Paris, France, has released the L'Oréal OpenROAD Utilities (Version 2) for both OpenROAD 3.5 and OpenROAD 4.0. These utilities add the following features to the OpenROAD development environment:
You will also find in the loreal-or-virtualscreen.zip file an export file containing the source code and an simple example of the virtual screen feature used in the utilities application.
of Computer Associates
has provided us with a white paper on Interfacing
OpenROAD to Source Code Management Systems.
Developers spend a lot of time in the OpenROAD Development Environment. To enhance that Development Environment Bill Collins of Telco Research Corporation has created two tools. The two tools are a Script Searcher and a UserClass displayer. The Script Searcher searches all the components of an application for specified strings. The UserClass displayer lists the attributes, datatypes, and optionally the script of a UserClass in a nice format for printing or adding to documentation.
There are a number of editors that developers have customized to work with OpenROAD.
The following links are for installation instructions and OpenROAD customization files for
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