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Subject Re: JUNIT RUN
Date Tue, 10 Dec 2002 18:03:26 GMT

Thank you Stephane. Are these Tools available for free?

Don't you think ANT JUNIT Tasks extend such functionality to support the
report stating
the number of classes that were run against the number of classes that were
left out?

Do you think it will be wise decision if I can re-extend Report for JUNIT
Tasks to have
more information?


"Stephane Bailliez" <> on 12/10/2002 12:57:04 PM

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> I want to find out if there are anyway to know how many classes were
> for
> running JUNIT. Is there anyway to find out how many classes were run and
> how
> many classes were left out?
> Your guidance and answer will be highly appreciated.

Use a coverage tool like JProbe, Clover, etc...
A usual coverage tool usually report the number against the number of
classes that were loaded by the VM (ie classes that were at least used
once). This of course more than often give you the wrong numbers as you
never know which class you leave out during the testing process.

With the JCovReport Ant task you are able to have the classes left out as
will post process the results against a given set of reference classes,
if you do your units tests and use as a reference all the classes of your
application, you will know exactly how much of your application you are

Caveat. This task works only with JProbe 3.0 and not 4.0.

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