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Re: netbeans and junit tests
James Williams <email@example.com> writes:
> junit tests can be run from the command line. In terms of the PASS FAIL
> reporting junit does that, but something really cool is that junit can be
> integrated with ANT to produce reports. I havent done the reports part of it
> yet, however, I'm currently reading "Java Tools for Extreme Programming"
> which outlines how to do it.
> I am willing to help port the tests to junit.
> P.S. Junit and ANT integrate extremely well into netbeans. we've been using
> all open source tools for devel because our capital budget is way over, and
> we cant afford to pay for proprietary tools. Its been kewl cause the
> managers are all scratching their heads and saying, but how are doing it with
> no capital budget. I hope to submit reports about the savings incurred.
> If you are still interested in junit, let me know I'll help.
I'm still interested; I just don't have the time right now to help
lead this initiative:
* Verify with Tom Tromey (tromey@redhat) that junit is okay
and he wouldn't be upset about a framework change.
* To find out how gcc/libjava run their tests and prototype
something to see if it can be compatible with or without tweakage.
* If finding junit is compatible, going through the process of
creating a branch to work on in Mauve to avoid disrupting
testing on the main trunk and converting all the tests.
Brian Jones <firstname.lastname@example.org>