Automated unit testing with JavaScript

I’m trying to incorporate some JavaScript unit testing into my automated build process. Currently JSUnit works well with JUnit, but it seems to be abandonware and lacks good support for Ajax, debugging, and timeouts. Has anyone had any luck automating (with Ant) a unit testing library such as YUI test, jQuery’s QUnit, or jQUnit? Note: … Read more

Dead code detection in legacy C/C++ project [closed]

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Automating running command on Linux from Windows using PuTTY

I have a scenario where I need to run a linux shell command frequently (with different filenames) from windows. I am using PuTTY and WinSCP to do that (requires login name and password). The file is copied to a predefined folder in the linux machine through WinSCP and then the command is run from PuTTY. … Read more

Don’t make me manually abort a LaTeX compile when there’s an error

As suggested here, latexmk is a handy way to continually compile your document whenever the source changes. But often when you’re working on a document you’ll end up with errors and then latex will panic and wait for user input before continuing. That can get very annoying, especially recently when I hacked up something to … Read more

headless internet browser? [closed]

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