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From Jörg Schaible <joerg.schai...@gmx.de>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Release of CLI 1.2 RC3
Date Sat, 28 Feb 2009 16:47:02 GMT
Hi Henry,

Henri Yandell wrote:

> Are these new errors Jörg, or do they happen with 1.1?

Hardly, both tests did not exist yet in 1.1 ;-)

OptionGroupTest.toString fails, because the option group is based on a
HashMap which is printed in arbitrary order. Since the options are mutually
exclusive, this is fine. I can commit an updated test at any time.

However, HelpFormatterTest.printOptionGroup is different and gives me really
a headache. The test fails when I run it using Maven. In Eclipse (also with
IBM JDK 1.6) it does not fail.

Have a look at the test code:

========== %< =============
        OptionGroup group = new OptionGroup();
        group.addOption(OptionBuilder.create("a"));
        group.addOption(OptionBuilder.create("b"));
        group.addOption(OptionBuilder.create("c"));

        Options options = new Options();
        options.addOptionGroup(group);

        StringWriter out = new StringWriter();

        HelpFormatter formatter = new HelpFormatter();
        formatter.printUsage(new PrintWriter(out), 80, "app", options);

        System.out.println(out.toString());
        assertEquals("usage: app [-a | -b | -c]" + EOL, out.toString());
========== %< =============

I have no idea, what causes the combo Maven/IBM JDK 6 to render a String
of "usage: app [-a <arg>| -b | -c]" here. It simply does not make sence,
but it is reproducible on every run.

- Jörg


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