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Eclipse and JUnit [message #52537] Wed, 16 April 2003 14:07 Go to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: arashid.alpha-gamma.com

I am new to Eclipse and also want to learn JUnit. Any idea where can I find
tutorial which discuss both?

TIA

AR
Re: Eclipse and JUnit [message #52566 is a reply to message #52537] Wed, 16 April 2003 16:59 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Kevin Duffey is currently offline Kevin DuffeyFriend
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Hey, I am in the same camp. I like the idea of learning both JUnit and
jfcUnit for any java app, much less Eclipse plugins. I like the idea also of
developing the unit test BEFORE writing any code. I'd love to learn more
about how to do this. I can't get my noggin' around how to do that right
now. Seems to me you'd have to have code first to figure out what to test,
so how you write a junit test case before any code, that one sort of has me
baffled. I'd love to see any good info as well. Are there any books on
JUnit?

"Asif Rashid - pass flinder1f7 user exquisitus" <arashid@alpha-gamma.com>
wrote in message news:b7jnep$97l$1@rogue.oti.com...
> I am new to Eclipse and also want to learn JUnit. Any idea where can I
find
> tutorial which discuss both?
>
> TIA
>
> AR
>
>
Re: Eclipse and JUnit [message #52593 is a reply to message #52537] Wed, 16 April 2003 17:00 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Kevin Duffey is currently offline Kevin DuffeyFriend
Messages: 304
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Incidentally, there is an article in Java Developer Journal this issue (go
to www.sys-con.com/jdj I think) about using Abbot, the Java Swing GUI Junit
extension to provide Swing UI automation testing. I am not sure which one is
better. jfcUnit hooks into the event que of Swing, where as Abbot uses the
Robot class. My understanding is that jfcUnit has the best deal, but I have
yet to figure out how to use it.

"Asif Rashid - pass flinder1f7 user exquisitus" <arashid@alpha-gamma.com>
wrote in message news:b7jnep$97l$1@rogue.oti.com...
> I am new to Eclipse and also want to learn JUnit. Any idea where can I
find
> tutorial which discuss both?
>
> TIA
>
> AR
>
>
Re: Eclipse and JUnit [message #52618 is a reply to message #52537] Thu, 17 April 2003 11:37 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: panders.eircom.net

yahoo group http://groups.yahoo.com/group/contributingtoeclipse/ has a
pdf that focuses on using JUnit in eclipse - I found that to be a good
starting point, though its still work in progress and does contains
some errors!

Asif Rashid - pass flinder1f7 user exquisitus wrote:
> I am new to Eclipse and also want to learn JUnit. Any idea where can I find
> tutorial which discuss both?
>
> TIA
>
> AR
>
>
Re: Eclipse and JUnit [message #592997 is a reply to message #52537] Wed, 16 April 2003 16:59 Go to previous message
Kevin Duffey is currently offline Kevin DuffeyFriend
Messages: 304
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hey, I am in the same camp. I like the idea of learning both JUnit and
jfcUnit for any java app, much less Eclipse plugins. I like the idea also of
developing the unit test BEFORE writing any code. I'd love to learn more
about how to do this. I can't get my noggin' around how to do that right
now. Seems to me you'd have to have code first to figure out what to test,
so how you write a junit test case before any code, that one sort of has me
baffled. I'd love to see any good info as well. Are there any books on
JUnit?

"Asif Rashid - pass flinder1f7 user exquisitus" <arashid@alpha-gamma.com>
wrote in message news:b7jnep$97l$1@rogue.oti.com...
> I am new to Eclipse and also want to learn JUnit. Any idea where can I
find
> tutorial which discuss both?
>
> TIA
>
> AR
>
>
Re: Eclipse and JUnit [message #593014 is a reply to message #52537] Wed, 16 April 2003 17:00 Go to previous message
Kevin Duffey is currently offline Kevin DuffeyFriend
Messages: 304
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Incidentally, there is an article in Java Developer Journal this issue (go
to www.sys-con.com/jdj I think) about using Abbot, the Java Swing GUI Junit
extension to provide Swing UI automation testing. I am not sure which one is
better. jfcUnit hooks into the event que of Swing, where as Abbot uses the
Robot class. My understanding is that jfcUnit has the best deal, but I have
yet to figure out how to use it.

"Asif Rashid - pass flinder1f7 user exquisitus" <arashid@alpha-gamma.com>
wrote in message news:b7jnep$97l$1@rogue.oti.com...
> I am new to Eclipse and also want to learn JUnit. Any idea where can I
find
> tutorial which discuss both?
>
> TIA
>
> AR
>
>
Re: Eclipse and JUnit [message #593024 is a reply to message #52537] Thu, 17 April 2003 11:37 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: panders.eircom.net

yahoo group http://groups.yahoo.com/group/contributingtoeclipse/ has a
pdf that focuses on using JUnit in eclipse - I found that to be a good
starting point, though its still work in progress and does contains
some errors!

Asif Rashid - pass flinder1f7 user exquisitus wrote:
> I am new to Eclipse and also want to learn JUnit. Any idea where can I find
> tutorial which discuss both?
>
> TIA
>
> AR
>
>
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