SUnit is a unit testing framework for the programming language Smalltalk. It is the original source of the xUnit design, originally written by the creator of Extreme Programming, Kent Beck. SUnit allows writing tests and checking results in Smalltalk. The resulting tests are very stable, but this method has the disadvantage that testers must be able to write simple Smalltalk programs.
SUnit was originally described by Beck in "Simple Smalltalk Testing: With Patterns" (1989), then published as chapter 30 "Simple Smalltalk Testing", in the book Kent Beck's Guide to Better Smalltalk by Kent Beck, Donald G. Firesmith (Editor) (Publisher: Cambridge University Press, Pub. Date: December 1998, ISBN 978-0-521-64437-2, 408pp)
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