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From Anders Hammar <and...@hammar.net>
Subject Re: Maven Fitnesse plugin
Date Mon, 16 May 2011 10:35:19 GMT
Why not merge this with the Mojo one then and help maintain it?
Send a mail to the mojo dev list and I'm sure you're help will be
appreciated.

/Anders

On Mon, May 16, 2011 at 10:36, Gijs Sijpesteijn <
gijsbert.sijpesteijn@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I'm working on a Maven Fitnesse plugin. I know there are already two
> similar
> plugins, fitnesse-maven-plugin and trinidad, but the first is hardly
> maintained anymore and the later is missing some functionality and the
> latest release is from 2010.
> When running Fitnesse, you will need to specify the classpath for Fitnesse
> to use. This classpath is almost identical as the maven classpath. Maven is
> therefor perfect to extract this classpath and supply it to fitnesse. The
> plugin will generate the classpath for fitnesse. The plugin can be
> configured to include the /target/classes/ directory instead of a compiled
> jar. Jar's can be excluded, resources can be specified and static entries
> for the classpath for Fitnesse can be specified.
> The big advantace is that you do not have to maintain the version of your
> jar's to be maintained by hand, but will be generated as part of the maven
> build cycle.
> In the near future I would like the plugin to be able to execute the
> fitnesse tests as part of the build process. (Similar to the trinidad
> plugin).
> At the moment, I'm working for a financial customer and we are using our
> plugin with great success. I would really like this plugin to be shared
> with
> of the world, since I think there are developers out there facing the same
> problems.
>
> Cheers, Gijs Sijpesteijn
>

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