A New Book : Using Gallio & MbUnit
With the documentation for MbUnit v2 done and dusted last year [/post/2008/10/14/MbUnitFramework-v2-Docs-October-CTP.aspx], thoughts turn to missives and tutorials for MbUnit v3 and the Gallio platform. Jeff [http://blog.bits-in-motion.com/] and the team have done a huge amount of work maintaining the API documentation [http://www.gallio.org/Docs.aspx] as they’ve gone along, but the book project that has always been planned is a bit thin on the ground.
With Gallio/MbUnit v3.1 close around the corner then, we’ve decided to reboot the Gallio Book project and made a new outline for the first part of the book – Using MbUnit & Gallio – which you can view here [http://docs.google.com/View?id=d34n59b_23gvf4nhr]. We’ve also created a new Google group for the Book project [http://groups.google.com/group/gallio-book]. Anyone who’d be interested in writing, reviewing the book should join the group and get in touch. If you’d just like to suggest content to be included in the book, again either join the group, or leave a comment. We’ve also got a basic progress chart for the book [http://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?key=tbq1T87RYyRZMB3McxxN_gQ&output=html] where you can check progress on the chapters you are most interested in.
If you know MbUnit or indeed if you don’t, consider getting involved, learning the tool and learning how the book process works. It’s just about hacking words and pictures instead of code. Hopefully I’ll see some of you at Gallio-Book [http://groups.google.com/group/gallio-book].Posted on July 22, 2009 #MbUnit Documentation