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Last Build Date: Tue, 14 Dec 2004 22:35:48 -0000

 



intro: better explanation and switched to Apache License 2

Tue, 14 Dec 2004 22:35:48 -0000

see
http://junitour.sourceforge.net/junitour/

work is still in progress - look forward to an ecclipse plugin !




Work Started. The base-mechanism is ready to run...

Thu, 13 Nov 2003 03:40:43 -0000

What is it?
A simple extension for the junit framework (no rework or break down !), to work with a YELLOW state of any test case (or blue - which color do you want ?)
So this could help you to implant new unit tests to "old" software - which was not developed driven by tests (TDD) like in extreme programming ?
So in best Case: use a codegenerator for all tests and start with the most important testcases!

I started again on a new basis. This fresh implementation is a add-on for junit.
An important target was to be "non-destructive".
This lib could be easily integrated into your existing code basis and almost no dependencies will be broken!

See the homepage for an simple example !

What you have to do for using this lib is:
(1) just derive your own UnitTestIncomplete-Exception or let yourspecial "AssertionFailed-class" implement an UnitTestIncomplete-marker-interface
(2) and throw it in any empty TestMethods (or use UnitTestIncompleteError)
(2) then use the TestRunner as in the junitour.ExampleTest on http://junitour.sourceforge.net/junitour/index.html

I'm working on an ant plugin, JUnit-Doclet and on a Maven addon...
Let's discuss what could be needed.

Thanks!
Robert Hostlowsky