Re: Serialport comms?

2018-02-12 Thread Christofer Dutz
Hi Niclas, I guess the situation with the Serial protocols is identical to the ones for the IP-Based drivers. But I think also supporting serial protocols would be a valuable addition to PLC4X as still a lot of devices out in the wild only support this form of communication. In the IP space

Serialport comms?

2018-02-12 Thread Niclas Hedhman
Hi, I was thinking about converting some of my protocol implementations to plc4x, but I have only worked in the serialport space, (e.g Modbus/RTU rather than Modbus/TCP). There is a ancient Java specification (Java Comms API), which is not only literally from last millennium, but rather poor as

Re: [DISCUSS] What assertion mechanism to use: JUnit, AssertJ or Hamcrest

2018-02-12 Thread Justin Mclean
Hi, > Even if I like the way AssertJ handles exceptions a bit more than the > Hamcrest way, I never was particularly fond of never-ending fluent > expressions. So I would opt for the Hamcrest version. No strong view either way as any tests are good to have :-) But I have used Hamcrest in the

[DISCUSS] What assertion mechanism to use: JUnit, AssertJ or Hamcrest

2018-02-12 Thread Christofer Dutz
Hi all, I think as the discussion moved from the unit-test framework to the framework we create the assertions with, this deserves a dedicated discussion. I think the options on the table are currently: JUnits on-board Assertions, AssertJ or Hamcrest. I too am not very fond of the ordinary

Re: Is Junit5 the way to go?

2018-02-12 Thread Christofer Dutz
Hi Niclas, thanks for that ... this way I deffiitely can get a better feeling for the hamcrest style. I think we should simply take this to another discussion thread and hear the others oppinions. I know hamcrest for quite some time as the original author of the flexmojos plugin liked hamcrest