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From "Ola Lie" <...@tip.no>
Subject SV: junit task problem
Date Sun, 07 Aug 2005 11:09:31 GMT
Hi again,

The Java Communications API calls caused my problem. When I installed
comm.jar og javax.comm.properties in the ant\lib directory and win32com.dll
in the ant\bin directory, it worked all right.

However, I do not know why this is necessary as long as I had the classpath
set to the java directory where I originally installed java comm api.

Best regards
Ola



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Fra: Ola Lie [mailto:ola@tip.no] 
Sendt: 4. august 2005 03:51
Til: user@ant.apache.org
Emne: junit task problem

Hi,

 

I have a class with a method getNames() which returns a List ( ArrayList).

Then I have test class with a testGetNames() method

which assertTrue if the List contains certain elements. 

 

The testGetNames() passes when I compile and run the test from the command
prompt.

(java "test class name"  - which calls junit.textui.TestRunner.run(suite());
from main) 

 

However, when I try to use ant, the getNames() method of the class I am
testing

runs, but returns an empty List so the same testGetNames() fails.

(<test name="${test.class.name}" />)

 

I am uncertain how to troubleshoot this problem. In the java program? In the
configuration?

In the build.xml?  Appreciate all advice I can get.

 

Thanks

Ola



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