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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 21:49:51 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 21:49 -------
I don't want <junit> to get a failure if it hits classes that are not valid 
tests.  You wouldn't want <javac> to fail if it finds a .properties file, 
right?  Same idea.  Its not a huge deal, but something that seems useful to 
avoid having to worry about test case naming conventions and using patternsets 
to only include those.

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