|Re: Papyrus test plugins update site [message #1738852 is a reply to message #1738842]
||Mon, 25 July 2016 13:03
|| Christian W. Damus
Registered: July 2009
Yes, in fact the Papyrus-RT project re-uses some of the Papyrus JUnit
All of the testing framework is in the "Developer Tools" feature, which
is published only in the archives of its Hudson build job (it isn't,
strictly speaking, a project deliverable that is supported for
You have probably already found the org.eclipse.papyrus.junit.framework
and org.eclipse.papyrus.junit.utils bundles in here that contain a wide
array of fixtures, rules, and such. Some of these are documented in
some degree on the wiki:
There is also a framework for generation of automated tests for diagram
editors generated by Papyrus in the org.eclipse.papyrus.tests.framework
but this never really got off the ground and isn't (AFAIK) being
maintained. Contributions to shore this up would be most welcome.
On 2016-07-25 12:13:05 +0000, Leonid Ripeynih said:
> I'm developing a tooling based on Papyrus and 'd like to reuse papyrus
> testing facilities and fixtures in my own unit tests. So, I have a few
> questions on it:
> 1. Is it possible/feasible to do? And if not, what's the recommended
> way to test papyrus-based tools?
> 2. What update site should I use to access needed plugins?
> Thanks in advance!
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