|Re: Junit4 and TPTP [message #96721 is a reply to message #87719]
||Mon, 23 April 2007 11:34
| Paul Slauenwhite
Registered: July 2009
You are correct. TPTP provides the necessary testing framework and
tooling to write, execute, capture results and generate reports for JUnit,
JUnit Plug-in, Manual and URL test types
( http://help.eclipse.org/help32/topic/org.eclipse.hyades.test .doc.user/concepts/ccommontestingtasksandconcepts.htm).
We also have a Automated GUI Recorder (AGR) for record/playback of Eclipse
( http://www.eclipse.org/tptp/test/documents/userguides/Intro- Auto-GUI-4-4-0.html).
However, TPTP only supports JUnit 3 (3.8.2 as shipped with JDT). See
enhancement https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=154844 to include
JUnit 4 support. Please free to comment or contribute toward this feature
enhancement. You can execute your tests from the command line using the
Automatable Services Framework (ASF). For more information, see:
http://help.eclipse.org/help32/topic/org.eclipse.hyades.test .doc.user/tasks/tlaunching-tests-from-scripts-and-applicatio ns.htm
"Adam Bovill" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I'm new to this, so sorry if this has been answered previously or some
> where else in this list. I have been tasked by my company with finding a
> Continuous Integrations solution for our new product that is being built
> on the eclipse platform. We were hoping to write our tests using Junit4
> so that we could take advantage of annotations for test organizing.
> Basically, the task that I have to perform is being able to run an
> arbitrary set of tests (that could be all the tests in a certain set of
> classes) from the commandline. These tests need to run as plugin junit
> tests because all of our projects are eclipse plugins.
> From all the reading that I have done, it would appear that TPTP is
> capable of doing this.
> Have others setup similar systems?
> Adam Bovill
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