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How Do You Handle JUnit Tests? [message #1093008] Fri, 23 August 2013 08:39 Go to next message
S. Schulz
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Registered: September 2011
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Hello everyone!

Really short question: How does the Eclipse community (e.g. the people developing Eclipse) handle JUnit tests?

(A little bit of background: Our company's using Tycho (as I heard, is Eclipse) and we are failing to get the two to work together. So we are wondering how other developers handle that problem.)

Greetings, S. Schulz

Re: How Do You Handle JUnit Tests? [message #1100440 is a reply to message #1093008] Tue, 03 September 2013 01:52 Go to previous message
S. Schulz
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The complete lack of answer is a bit disappointing, but I guess it should have been obvious, since I couldn't find a project in the GIT repositories to have tests and use Maven.

For everyone stumbling on this thread with keywords like "Tycho" and "JUnit": There are possibilities to force Tycho to execute the JUnit tests, just like in Maven. It does have various drawbacks, but that's what you get for trying to test your code. This link (and many, many others) shows how it is done: http://mukis.de/pages/simple-junit-tests-with-tycho-and-surefire/

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