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Eclipse cant run JUnit tests with "Failures First" when using @RunWith{AllTests.class} [message #1000311] Mon, 14 January 2013 13:54
Tobias Bertelsen is currently offline Tobias BertelsenFriend
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Registered: October 2011
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Hi There.

I have two different test suites, StaticSuite and DynamicSuite
  PassingTests.class, // Contains only a passing test.
  FailingTests.class  // Contains a passing and a failing test.
public class StaticSuite {

public class DynamicSuite{
  public static TestSuite suite() {
    final TestSuite suite = new TestSuite();
    suite.addTest(new JUnit4TestAdapter(PassingTests.class));
    suite.addTest(new JUnit4TestAdapter(FailingTests.class));
    return suite;

Running the entire suite normally works fine, but when I select "Rerun Test - Failures First" I have a problem with the DynamicSuite. The tests in the DynamicSuite are executed in the normal order and not reordered as they are supposed to. When doing the exact same thing with the StaticSuite everything works as expected.

Do anybody know a fix to this, or is this a bug I should file?

More detailed info:
Everything in the run configuration is identical apart from the suite. I execute the suites as plugin tests, since I'm working in an OSGi environment.

When running the DynamicSuite normally, the test methods are ordered randomly from time to time. The order of test classes resembles the order of the addTest calls. When running with "Failures First" I see the exact same thing, i.e., PassingTests is executed first, and methods is executed in random order.

When running the StaticSuite normally, classes and test methods are ordered as they appear in the suite or class respectively.

I'm working on a project with 50+ test fragments. I want to create a solution, where we calculates suites at runtime, instead of manually maintaining them.
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