A few photos from our trip to Madrid, NM during the recent Automattic Happiness Team meetup in Santa Fe. As seems to be becoming a tradition at these meetups I start the week intending on taking a lot of photos and then end up enjoying the company and forgetting to get the camera out so these are the only photos I have from the whole trip
Breakfast is one of my favourite meals, in fact if I had it my way I could probably have it three times a day so when I heard about a new local breakfast spot I had to try it out especially when I found they were using WordPress for their website
So this morning I popped over for a Full English at Billy’s on the Road. The old Little Chef has converted well into a traditional diner with friendly staff, good coffee, great food and a great atmosphere.
I really enjoyed this and I really enjoy supporting local businesses, I’m sure I’ll be back soon to try out some more of the expansive menu.
You know that thing that happens when you love writing unit tests so much that you completely forget the argument order of all the
Yeah it does happen, I’m sure it is not just me
You write everything in as
$this->assertEquals( function_call(), 'expected string' ); and then you get really confused when phpunit tells you it expects the wrong result from the function you haven’t implemented yet and received the expected result.
Good, I managed to write tests the wrong way round for two days before I realised and I wasn’t looking forward to going through and correcting them all, but then I remembered the power of
sed and started cooking a recipe up.
It turned out pretty simple:
sed -i "s/\(.*assert[^(]*\)( \([^,]*\), \([^)]*\) );/\1( \3, \2 );/" file_of_tests.php.
What it does:
- Capture the start of the line up to the call to the assert function in ‘\1′
- Capture the two function arguments in ‘\2′ and ‘\3′
- Rewrite the matched line with the arguments switched
That was fun!