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From vasuki <pagespeedtest...@gmail.com>
Subject How to run all the junit classes in parallel instead of adding one by one?
Date Tue, 17 Jan 2012 09:26:44 GMT
For example, 

In my ant.xml 

<target name="run"> 
 <parallel > 

 <junit printsummary="true"> 
    <classpath refid="lib.classpath"/> 
    <formatter type="xml" /> 
    <batchtest fork="true" todir="/home/test/"> 
      <fileset dir="/home/test/"> 
        *<filename name="test.class" />*
      </fileset> 
    </batchtest> 
  </junit> 

<junit printsummary="true"> 
    <classpath refid="lib.classpath"/> 
    <formatter type="xml" /> 
    <batchtest fork="true" todir="/home/test/"> 
      <fileset dir="/home/test/"> 
        *<filename name="test1.class" />*
      </fileset> 
    </batchtest> 
  </junit> 

  </parallel> 
</target> 

I am adding two classes one by one inside the parallel tag.  In this case, 
the JUnit test cases will run in parallel. But I want to give all the test 
cases inside one junit tag like 

<junit printsummary="true"> 
    <classpath refid="lib.classpath"/> 
    <formatter type="xml" /> 
    <batchtest fork="true" todir="/home/test/"> 
      <fileset dir="/home/test/"> 
        *<filename name="*.class" />* 
      </fileset> 
    </batchtest> 
  </junit> 

But batchset will run the classes one by one (sequential order). Is there 
any element to run the classes in parallel by getting all the classes at 
one time? 

Awaiting for your reply. 

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