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Subject Re: Including a jar with src/test/java
Date Thu, 19 Aug 2010 08:50:52 GMT
After "merging" the two lines, I have some tests that don't pass but it's not linked to the
not founded classes. It seems to be the resources that can't be seen, but the solution same
solution should work for that. 
So thanks !
        define 'stats-api' do                compile.with les_projets(['commons-metier','stats-persistence']),
EHCACHE, COMMONS_COLLECTIONS                compile.with SPRING_SEUL        
       test.with project("stats-persistence"), project('commons-test'),
DB_UNIT, MOCKITO                package :jar        end

--- En date de : Jeu 19.8.10, <>
a écrit :

De: <>
Objet: Re: Including a jar with src/test/java
Date: Jeudi 19 août 2010, 10h29

Thanks for your suggestion, the error is now different but means the same thing. We don't
have the 100 tests failing BUT the build is aborted on a noclass found error. (probably because
it is in the src/test/java of the dependency).
       define 'stats-api' do                compile.with les_projets(['commons-metier','stats-persistence']),
EHCACHE, COMMONS_COLLECTIONS                compile.with SPRING_SEUL # attention,
commons embarque SPRING : confit ?                test.compile.with (project("stats-persistence")  
             test.with project('commons-test'), DB_UNIT, MOCKITO            
   package :jar        end

--- En date de : Mer 18.8.10, Antoine Toulme <> a écrit :

De: Antoine Toulme <>
Objet: Re: Including a jar with src/test/java
Date: Mercredi 18 août 2010, 18h31

Is it in the same Buildfile ?

If yes, then this should work:

test.compile.with (project("foo")

On Wed, Aug 18, 2010 at 09:22, <> wrote:

> Hi everyone (hope I'm not spamming),
> I have a test that is using another test in another project.
> Should I make a jar with only the classes of src/test/java and include this
> project as a test dependencies (like in maven
> ?
> I tried to include the src/test/java folder in the actual jar (just to see)
> with compile.from('src/test/java') but it does not seem to do the trick.
> Thanks for any help,Cheers,Florence.


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