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From Erik Hatcher <jakarta-...@ehatchersolutions.com>
Subject Re: Adjusting Classpath
Date Tue, 12 Aug 2003 19:25:39 GMT
If you fork <junit> then you can control the classpath more finely.  
Give that a try - it will probably do the trick.

Logging.... what a pain!

	Erik


On Tuesday, August 12, 2003, at 02:49  PM, James Asher wrote:

> I have a JUnit test that also uses HtmlUnit.
>
> HtmlUnit is using commons-logging which in turn will
> delegate to another logging framework.  If you are
> using java 1.4 then it will use the java built in
> logging support.  If you are not using 1.4 but have
> log4j in your classpath then it will use that.
> Otherwise it will use SimpleLog. How you change the
> logging settings varies according to the logging
> implementation you are using.
>
> I am using Java 1.3, but I have log4j in my classpath.
>  Is it possible to take out the log4j jar out of the
> classpath just during testing and then put it back
> after it?
>
> Maybe somehow copy the current classpath to a
> temporary classpath only used for unit tests and
> remove the log4j jar then?
>
> I dunno, just trying to figure out a solution.
>
> Thanks.
>
>
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