Our work to autoport Aspose.Slides for .NET to Java continues. The last time I wrote about autoporting we had worked our way through 60% of our unit tests. We have over 1000 unit tests and need to make sure that they pass on both platforms. We run these tests after we’ve ported the code using CodePorting which ports the code automatically and much more quickly than we could do by hand.
Aspose.Slides autoporting progress, April 30, 2012
Aspose are working to autoport Aspose.Slides for .NET to Java to give users on both platforms the same features. They’re over 60% complete.
Autoporting Aspose.Slides progress, April 10, 2012
When Aspose started designing products, we focused on .NET. Some of our .NET products were very popular and we created versions of them for other platforms. We now also support Java, SharePoint, SQL Server Reporting Services and JasperReports. The .NET and Java products are similar in many ways: they are components and APIs that software developers use when creating their own applications.
In 2011, we decided to offer Aspose.Words for Java users the same features that our .
Autoporting, the story continues - Aspose.Slides
Due to popular customer demand, we are continuing our first class Java product support by accelerating our autoporting roadmap plans to include our popular Aspose.Slides product.
Autoporting Aspose.Words for Java Progress - 24th Feb 2011
There are only 93 unit tests (out of approx 9000) failing in the autoported version of Aspose.Words for Java! We are looking forward to releasing a useable version of Aspose.Words for Java in March. If it will be “10.0 beta”, then only for a short while.
Autoporting Aspose.Words for Java Progress - 11th Feb 2011
Previous Stats Aspose.Words consists of 2744 source files. Running 311 unit tests on Aspose.Foundation for Java pass all. Running 8813 unit tests on Aspose.Words - 437 fail.
Today Stats Aspose.Words consists of 2800 files. Aspose.Foundation 398 unit tests all pass. Aspose.Words 8868 unit tests - 376 fail.
Comments You can see some great signs: 1. Aspose.Words codebase grows as the number of files and the number of tests shows. 2. All newly added code is autoportable and it is easy to maintain it autoportable.
Autoporting Aspose.Words for Java Progress - 10th Jan 2011
Hi all. In my previous post Aspose.Words for Java stood at 679 unit tests failing and now there are only 437 tests to fix. That is 242 tests fixed over about 10 working days.
CodePorting, the tool we’re using to port the code, speeds up the porting process so we can focus on fixing failing tests. If things continue at this speed we need another 18 working days and a completely autoported Aspose.