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From Jeff <jeffwalt...@hotpop.com>
Subject Re: Testing with jUnit
Date Tue, 20 May 2003 11:46:51 GMT
    I've been able to use jUnit under the eclipse IDE to test my Torque 
projects.  One time I tried to use textui (so I could run the tests 
under a profiler) and couldn't.  I think it was the same problem. 

Malte Stien wrote:

>I wrote some jUnit test for my Torque project and they always fail if I test 
>them with the junit.swingui.TestRunner but they run fine if I use the 
>junit.textui.TestRunner. The tests also run fine if I disable the "Reload 
>classes every run"-checkbox in the swingui.
>I searched around a little and found that it has probably something to do with 
>the TestCaseClassLoader of jUnit. An article about that can be found in the 
>jUnit FAQ http://junit.sourceforge.net/doc/faq/faq.htm#running_8
>It says something about a list of classes that are not supposed to be loaded 
>by the class loader of jUnit. This list can be found in the junit.jar in the 
>file junit/runner/excluded.properties. The problem is though, that from my 
>perspective the list looks fine. It is supposed to contain classes that jUnit 
>does not have to reload every time. As far as I can see none of the Torque 
>classes match any of those patterns, do they?
># The list of excluded package paths for the TestCaseClassLoader
>Did anybody use jUnit with Torque and knows how to configure that file if that 
>is really the problem?
>Thanks for help.
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