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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 4886] - JUnit task enhancement
Date Thu, 15 Nov 2001 19:14:01 GMT
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JUnit task enhancement





------- Additional Comments From steve_l@iseran.com  2001-11-15 11:14 -------
This is an interesting idea; using javadoc attributes to bind to test cases. 
By doing so you actually add a piece of information which doctools can use, as 
well as ant. 

I''ll leave it to others to decide whether this patch should be committed, but 
I would like to recommend that a structured tag in ant namespace gets used 
(e.h. @ant:junittest), or maybe a junit one. That way an xdoclet for the 
namespace can handle those tags too, and other doclets wont.

Incidentally, what is wrong with having the unit tests in a separate package :-

<include name="com/iseran/nordwand/model/unittests/*Test.java"/>

Is is because you need access to package level methods?

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