|Re: [cdt-dev] JUnit 4 or 5|
My 2 cents: I was considering to move to JUnit5 as a testcase but due to this tweet I stopped considering (for now)
I want to solicit input and experience gained from others on this question from Bug 569839:
To implement test skipping for the flaky tests in Bug 499777 I wanted to just
add a line like:
Assume.assumeFalse("Skipping flaky test",
and then the gerrit builds could run with -DskipFlakyTests=true so that we can
get less false negatives, but still have the tests run as part of cdt-master.
However Assume is not available in JUnit3.
The question is should we update straight to JUnit5 (aka Jupiter) or just to
JUnit4 (like I did in
Please let me know what you think.
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