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From "Eddie Post" <>
Subject Re: Maven Eclipse Contribution
Date Wed, 07 Jan 2004 18:31:41 GMT
Thanks Gilles,

Hmmmm, but do you know where I can get some nice information how to perform 
junit testing correctly with Maven (can't find it 123) ?

To me it's unclear how I build my test classes such that I can use them in 
my build for other test classes in another subproject ?

Ed Bras

>From: Gilles Dodinet <>
>Subject: Re: Maven Eclipse Contribution
>Date: Wed, 07 Jan 2004 18:42:16 +0100
>unitTestSourceDirectory is used to specify the directory where the test 
>case _sources_ are located, whereas unit/resources is used to allow one to 
>specify (possibly multiple) directories where unit test _resources_ are 
>located (f.i. test configuration files). what is true however is that the 
>last time (many months ago) i looked at this plugin resources (unit test 
>ones as well as build ones) were not added to the .classpath. i even 
>rewrote it entirely (see 
>, but the 
>submission has not yet been integrated and i guess it will never be ;)
>-- gd
>Eddie Post wrote:
>>I had some problems getting the eclipse plugin to work well with the Junit 
>>I noticed that the eclipse plugin work with the following syntax in the 
>>     <unitTestSourceDirectory> ${basedir}/src/test 
>>However, I noticed in the maven manual that you should use (I think the 
>>other is depriated):
>>     <resources>
>>         <resource>
>>             <directory>${basedir}/src/test</directory>
>>         </resource>
>>     </resources>

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