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From "Erik Hatcher" <jakarta-...@ehatchersolutions.com>
Subject Re: JUnit task writing text to log twice
Date Wed, 08 May 2002 17:26:57 GMT
Could you try your build without CruiseControl just to eliminate that
variable from the equation and let us know if it still happening?

Also, I encourage you to upgrade to Ant 1.5Beta1 and take advantage of its
improvements.

    Erik


----- Original Message -----
From: <Joe_Rainsberger@toyota.ca>
To: <ant-user@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Wednesday, May 08, 2002 11:03 AM
Subject: Q: JUnit task writing text to log twice


> Everyone:
>
> I am running Ant 1.4.1 under CruiseControl 1.2.1a on Red Hat Linux 7.
>
> My build consists of running two test suites using the JUnit and
> JUnitReport tasks. The test suites are not small (750 tests and 500
tests).
> When writing the test logs in XML format, the JUnit task (I assume it's
the
> JUnit task) writes a handful of characters twice near the end the log.
> Included in this message is an example.
>
> =============== BEGIN OUTPUT ================
> [>1000 lines omitted...]
>   <testcase name="testConstructor_TruncateFractionsOfACent" time
> ="0"></testcase>
>   <testcase name="testStringValue" time="0"></testcase>
>   <testcase name="testCreateFromString" time="0.002"></testcase>
>   <testcase name="testAddCheckboxParameterToRequest" time
> ="0.002"></testcase>
>   <testcase name="testGetCheckboxParameterFromRequest" time
> ="0.001"></testcase>
> </testsuite>
> equest" time="0.001"></testcase>
> </testsuite><label>EcpJava-2</label><today>May 1 2002</today></build>
> ================= END OUTPUT ================
>
> Notice that the last 47 (if I counted correctly) characters of the end of
> the "testsuite" node are written twice before writing the "label" and
> "today" nodes. This happens in a number of log files, but not always; it
is
> not always 47 characters.
>
> Unfortunately, I cannot provide by build file at this time -- I'd have to
> try to recreate the problem without proprietary information in the build
> file. Still, in case this is a well-known problem, perhaps someone can
> suggest a solution. All I've been able to do in the meantime is fix up the
> log by hand so that BuildServlet can perform the XSL transformation
without
> problems and I can display the build results for our team.
>
> Thanks in advance for any advice.
> -----------------------------------------------------------------
> J. B. (Joe) Rainsberger
> President, Diaspar Software Services Inc.
> Developer, ECP
>
> telephone: 416 438-6320 x2551
> e-mail: jbr@diasparsoftware.com
> http://www.diasparsoftware.com
>
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