unit tests compliant
This morning, the last of the tweaks were completed to enable BuildCalc 1.2.1 to be compliant with the examples in the CMP workbook. This is in addition to the examples in the CMP User’s Guide and a significant number (about 4000) that came from the engineering and specification work. Final count: 6386 tests complete and passed.
To get to this milestone, there were a small number of changes – for which I was surprised how subtle they were. The beta version just went out about 10 minutes ago so, if you’re a beta tester, you can check the release notes for the nitty gritty details. I have some holiday activities this afternoon so I should get around to updating the FAQ page tonight or tomorrow with a summary.
When will 1.2.1 be available? Well, version 1.2 should be on iTunes within a week. When that happens, I’ll submit 1.2.1. It should be on the App store in a week or two after that.
As usual, if you see anything that doesn’t seem right or could be better, please don’t hesitate to email me at. As I have said before, making BuildCalc the tool for Construction Professionals do great construction math is what it is all about.