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From "zheng yiyu" <digua...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Hi I need some help
Date Wed, 27 Sep 2006 07:52:41 GMT
Thanks Kevin and Jan.
I will try the steps . I think the problem may  because I have already set
my ANT_HOME , I will try reset it .

Thanks for ur kindly help.

On 9/27/06, Kevin Jackson <foamdino@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> Jan is correct, Eclipse Junit test runner isn't the best place to run
> a lot of the Ant tests as the ant tests rely on build files etc.
>
> For some of the 'pure' unit tests, it is possible (if you correctly
> configure Eclipse) to right click and select Run as JUnit test case
> (or something like that).
>
> If you want to run the whole test suite however, you should really use
> the command line (cmd.exe or bash etc depending on your platform):
>
> 1 - bootstrap.bat/sh (this builds the most primitive version of ant
> that is required for 2)
> 2 - build.bat/sh (this uses the bootstrap build to build a real
> distribution - although you'll be missing a *lot* of optional tasks
> unless you've also got the optional jars)
> 3 - configure your environment to point to the newly created dist dir ie
> ANT_HOME=<path to dist dir>
> PATH=$PATH:$ANT_HOME/bin
> 4 - ant test
>
> This should get you up and running through the whole test suite-
> again trying to do everything inside Eclipse is just a: not practical,
> and b: not very smart - Eclipse is a good refactoring code editor, but
> for some things (batch processing), you *cannot* beat a cli.
>
> Thanks
> Kev
>
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