|Re: [cdt-dev] Can a single automated test set be run?|
When you start writing your own refactoring test this may help you. I created
an editor for the *.rts files. It has syntax coloring and an outline. I wrote
this on a saturday afternoon during my diploma thesis it's far from perfect
but I find it quite useful. You can install the plugin using this updatesite:
On Monday 15 September 2008, Thomas Ball wrote:
> Thanks -- this helps. It turns out that the files I was trying to run
> separately fail because they don't have default constructors. I'll follow
> the pattern shown in the sub-suites for my refactoring tests.
> On Mon, Sep 15, 2008 at 1:27 AM, Emanuel Graf <egraf@xxxxxx> wrote:
> On Friday 12 September 2008, Thomas Ball wrote:
> > I figured out how to run all tests in a plug-in, such as all of
> > org.eclipse.cdt.ui.tests. Is there a way to select just one set of
> > tests? When I right-click and run as AutomatedTestSuite on either the
> > test file (such as ExtractConstantRefactoringTest.java) or its data
> > resource (ExtractConstant.rts), it runs the whole automated test suite.
> > Tom
> You can run only the RefactoringTestSuite or one of the subsuites,
> rigth-click on the suite and choose run as JUnit Plug-in Test.
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