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From reinh...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r684266 - /cocoon/whiteboard/corona/trunk/README.txt
Date Sat, 09 Aug 2008 13:56:28 GMT
Author: reinhard
Date: Sat Aug  9 06:56:27 2008
New Revision: 684266

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=684266&view=rev
Log:
add line breaks

Modified:
    cocoon/whiteboard/corona/trunk/README.txt

Modified: cocoon/whiteboard/corona/trunk/README.txt
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/cocoon/whiteboard/corona/trunk/README.txt?rev=684266&r1=684265&r2=684266&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- cocoon/whiteboard/corona/trunk/README.txt (original)
+++ cocoon/whiteboard/corona/trunk/README.txt Sat Aug  9 06:56:27 2008
@@ -47,21 +47,29 @@
   mvn eclipse:eclipse -P all
   mvn idea:idea -P all
 
-Then import all corona-* projects into your IDE workspace. The Eclipse and the Idea Maven
plugins take care that the project dependencies are set correctly.
+Then import all corona-* projects into your IDE workspace. The Eclipse and the 
+Idea Maven plugins take care that the project dependencies are set correctly.
 
 
 HOW TO ADD TESTS
 ----------------
-Every module has a ./src/test directory that contains its unit tests. The corona-webapp project
also has such a directory but the tests there are different. These are integration tests that
use HTMLUnit to run tests against a running servlet container.
+Every module has a ./src/test directory that contains its unit tests. 
+The corona-webapp project also has such a directory but the tests there 
+are different. These are integration tests that use HTMLUnit to run tests 
+against a running servlet container.
 
-If you want to add new integration tests, add the test classes to corona-webapp, and the
test cases to corona-samples.
+If you want to add new integration tests, add the test classes to 
+corona-webapp, and the test cases to corona-samples.
 
 
 HOW TO TEST AT DEVELOPEMENT TIME
 --------------------------------
-The simplest way is using your IDE (Eclipse or Idea). Since the unit tests and the integration
tests are based on JUnit 4.4 and Eclipse and Idea offer decent JUnit support, just run the
tests as you are used to do.
+The simplest way is using your IDE (Eclipse or Idea). Since the unit tests 
+and the integration tests are based on JUnit 4.4 and Eclipse and Idea offer 
+decent JUnit support, just run the tests as you are used to do.
 
-The integration tests of course need the samples running (see 'How to experiment with the
Corona samples').
+The integration tests of course need the samples running (see 'How to experiment 
+with the Corona samples').
 
 
 HOW TO RUN ALL TESTS IN ONE GO



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