As we near the end of the OpenStack Kilo release, I wanted to take a moment to write about a few things around Neutron’s Kilo release. In a lot of ways, Kilo was all about continuing to scale the development model for Neutron going forward. We did accomplish some feature work, as well as a lot of technical debt repayment. But the main focus was on how to continue evolving Neutron the platform.
A recent project had me looking into useable Unit Test Frameworks for the “C” programming language. After doing some initial research, wikipedia ended up showing me a large list of frameworks, of which the majority appear to be dead or not used anymore. After doing some initial scanning, I decided to look into a handful: I initially looked into check. This one is mostly current, still appears to be maintained, and looks like a large list of open source projects use this for their own unit test needs.