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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 2956] - patch to junit and touch task: junit task now wont fail on non-junit test, touch now provides the same timestamp for all files when operating on a fileset
Date Wed, 06 Feb 2002 21:09:26 GMT
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patch to junit and touch task: junit task now wont fail on non-junit test, touch now provides
the same timestamp for all files when operating on a fileset





------- Additional Comments From jakarta@ehatchersolutions.com  2002-02-06 21:09 -------
Noted, thanks for the clarification.  Believe it or not I *knew* that 
already... but wasn't thinking straight earlier.

Anyway, the main point is that <junit> dies if it hits classes that aren't true 
JUnit tests (from the definition Stephane provided).  It'd be nicer if it just 
ignored (but warned when skipping) classes that JUnit didn't like.... much like 
<javac> doesn't croak on non-.java files.

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