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Re: [maxq-dev] JUnit runner classes

Author dillense
Full name Bruno Dillenseger
Date 2009-07-13 01:37:44 PDT
Message Oliver Bock wrote:
> Sounds like a good idea to me. Please go ahead and make this change,
> assuming that it won't affect MaxQ's traditional modes of operation.
>
I agree with Oliver.
It seems this contribution is just kind of wrapping of the existing
code, so it should not affect the "traditional modes of operation", right?
How do you plan to deliver the eg-build.xml file wrt the code base
organization... a new sub-directory? or integrate the target in an
existing build.xml?

Regards,
-- Bruno.
> david truffet wrote:
>
>> Please consider adding the two attached files to maxq (written by
>> myself),
>>
>> They allow a large number of maxq tests to be saved/organized in a
>> nested directory structure, and for the set to be run as a JUnit
>> TestSuite by a test within an ant junit task.
>>
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>> Please consider adding the two attached files to maxq (written by
>> myself),
>>
>> They allow a large number of maxq tests to be saved/organized in a
>> nested directory structure, and for the set to be run as a JUnit
>> TestSuite by a test within an ant junit task.
>>

Re: [maxq-dev] JUnit runner classes

Author oliverbock
Full name Oliver Bock
Date 2009-07-12 17:24:58 PDT
Message Sounds like a good idea to me. Please go ahead and make this change,
assuming that it won't affect MaxQ's traditional modes of operation.


  Oliver

david truffet wrote:
> Please consider adding the two attached files to maxq (written by
> myself),
>
> They allow a large number of maxq tests to be saved/organized in a
> nested directory structure, and for the set to be run as a JUnit
> TestSuite by a test within an ant junit task.
>
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> http://maxq.tigris.o​rg/ds/viewMessage.do​?dsForumId=928&d​sMessageId=2370738
>
> To unsubscribe from this discussion, e-mail: [dev-unsubscribe@max​q.tigris.org].
> --------------------​--------------------​--------------------​------------
>
> Please consider adding the two attached files to maxq (written by
> myself),
>
> They allow a large number of maxq tests to be saved/organized in a
> nested directory structure, and for the set to be run as a JUnit
> TestSuite by a test within an ant junit task.
>
> --------------------​--------------------​--------------
> http://maxq.tigris.o​rg/ds/viewMessage.do​?dsForumId=928&d​sMessageId=2370738
>
> To unsubscribe from this discussion, e-mail: [dev-unsubscribe@max​q.tigris.org].

[maxq-dev] JUnit runner classes

Author yawlconsulting
Full name david truffet
Date 2009-07-12 01:43:51 PDT
Message Please consider adding the two attached files to maxq (written by
myself),

They allow a large number of maxq tests to be saved/organized in a
nested directory structure, and for the set to be run as a JUnit
TestSuite by a test within an ant junit task.
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