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From "Christopher Gardner" <chris.r.gard...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Ant 1.6.5 Classloading and JUnit Problem 1
Date Fri, 30 Mar 2007 14:43:52 GMT
I just verified that I was using the antscript option in my cruise
config.xml.  Thanks for the idea, though.

Chris


On 3/30/07, Dominique Devienne <ddevienne@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 3/30/07, Christopher Gardner <chris.r.gardner@gmail.com> wrote:
> > [...] The junit task doesn't override any forking or
> > classloading defaults.
> > [...] Now, if I set the junit options to be fork="true" and forkmode="once",
> > calling the master build.xml through the command line and eclipse
> > works perfectly; calling through cruisecontrol will execute many of
> > the tests, but other tests fail.  I believe some of the failing tests
> > work with classes that have static members, but it's still odd that
> > everything works in 2 of the 3 calling mechanisms.
>
> It could be that the classpath used by CruiseControl itself "pollutes"
> your project classpath. We always used the script option of the CC Ant
> builder, which allows to script to use its own JDK and classpath,
> independent of what CC is using, and then forks a "clean" VM, separate
> from the CC one. You could troubleshoot this by looking at the
> classpath used in all cases and compare them, running in verbose mode.
> --DD
>
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