On Sep 28, 6:40 am, Simon Harris <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I've just upgraded from a VERY old version of unittest.js which
> included an assertHashEqual() method, to the latest version which has
> nothing even remotely similar. I've basically restored to using
> assertEqual($H(expected).inspect(), $H(actual).inspect()) but that's
> not ideal. What does everyone else do?

Where did you get a new version from?
There's an `assertHashEqual` in a trunk:
http://github.com/sstephenson/prototype/tree/master/test/lib/assets/unittest.js#L308

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