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Subject [Jdo Wiki] Update of "TestingAndBuilding" by CraigRussell
Date Sun, 14 Sep 2008 05:18:46 GMT
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The following page has been changed by CraigRussell:
http://wiki.apache.org/jdo/TestingAndBuilding

The comment on the change is:
Change to normal numbering scheme

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  I make a few assumptions that you should know about:
  
   1. You've already checked out or downloaded the JDO source code.  Get it at [http://db.apache.org/jdo/svn.html].
-  2. You have your build tools installed.  You'll need Ant (the latest version is fine),
and Maven 1.1 (and '''NOT''' Maven 2).  [http://ant.apache.org/ get Ant Here].  [http://archive.apache.org/dist/maven/binaries/maven-1.1.exe
get Maven 1.1 here].
+  1. You have your build tools installed.  You'll need Ant (the latest version is fine),
and Maven 1.1 (and '''NOT''' Maven 2).  [http://ant.apache.org/ get Ant Here].  [http://archive.apache.org/dist/maven/binaries/maven-1.1.exe
get Maven 1.1 here].
-  3. You have successfully built the JDO code without your modifications first, and then
with your modifications.
+  1. You have successfully built the JDO code without your modifications first, and then
with your modifications.
-  2. You have built a JUnit test before.  So, get used to JUnit if you haven't already. 
See [http://www.junit.org/ The JUnit Website] for more download.
+  1. You have built a JUnit test before.  So, get used to JUnit if you haven't already. 
See [http://www.junit.org/ The JUnit Website] for more download.
  
  If you haven't done these things already, then stop reading for now and go do them.  Then,
come back to this page.  Otherwise, these instructions aren't going to help you too much -
they will merely provide some insight on the build process with little practical experience.
  
@@ -22, +22 @@

  The following steps, which are discussed below, are what you'll be doing to set up and execute
a successful JDO test:
  
   1. Familiarize yourself with the test environment
-  2. Write your test code.
+  1. Write your test code.
-  3. Set up configuration files.
+  1. Set up configuration files.
-  4. Run your test.
+  1. Run your test.
-  5. Examine the output of your test.
+  1. Examine the output of your test.
  
  
  === 1. Familiarize yourself with the test environment ===

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