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From Erik Hatcher <jakarta-...@ehatchersolutions.com>
Subject Re: Testing Optional Ant Tasks
Date Mon, 05 Aug 2002 20:09:20 GMT
Have a look in Ant's CVS tree.  There is a base class, exactly as you 
suspected.  As for being documented - not really, but once you browse 
Ant's source tree in the test cases area you'll get the hang of it 
relatively easily.

And we're here to help if you run into more questions along the way.

	Erik


jlcarpenter@household.com wrote:
> Are there any extensions or utility classes for testing tasks in the ant
> project?  I know that junit is being used, but I expect there are a few
> subclasses of the TestCase class to make testing tasks easier.
> 
> In other words, how do I easily execute an ant task within the context of a
> junit test?
> 
> Is there any place where the answer has already been documented?
> 
> James Lee Carpenter
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