|Running junit tests fails|
Running junit tests fails 2003-12-10 - By Simon Pepping
On Wed, Dec 10, 2003 at 02:28:23PM +0100, Jeremias Maerki wrote:
> junit.jar is sufficient. The jar should be placed in %ANT_HOME%/lib. Use
> JUnit 3.8.1 or later to be sure.
> The JUnit task is included in Ant's optional.jar but only works if
> junit.jar is present in %ANT_HOME%/lib.
> Actually, I don't understand why the JUnit suport is recognized but the
> test cases don't work.
junit-3.8.1.jar is the lib subdirectory of the checked out
distribution. The build script declares this directory to be
ANT_HOME. When I put the junit jar file there, the JUnit support was
The build script does not add the junit jar file to the
LOCALCLASSPATH. But when I did that it made no difference.
Ant's failure message mentions optional.jar. I do not have that
because it does not come with the checkout. Could that be the cause?
I run Sun's java version "1.4.2_01" on linux.
> On 10.12.2003 12:44:08 Chris Bowditch wrote:
> > Whats the name of the jar containing the junit ant task definition then?
> > Ive added the junit.jar, there is also a test.jar and a src.jar in my
> > junit directory (no lib sub dir though!)
> > The junit.present condition in the build.xml file doesnt let you procced
> > without the junit.jar. However, I'm not sure if junit.jar contains the
> > ant task definition.
> Jeremias Maerki
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