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Re: Running ActiveTestSuite from command line

Sorry to hear there was no response on the Gradle forum. If you can trigger this with a simplified class and Gradle config, you can try stackoverflow.com. On
Kevin Cooney
May 3
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24769

Re: Running ActiveTestSuite from command line

Thanks for the response, I did ask there also, no response :(
jonathonjshields
May 3
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24768

Re: Running ActiveTestSuite from command line

Thanks Kevin, I posted on the gradle forum before posting here, its been a few days and not responses yet! Is anyone aware of any ActiveTestSuite running on a
jonathonjshields
May 3
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24767

Re: Running ActiveTestSuite from command line

Thanks Kevin, I posted on the Gradle forum before I posted here, its nearly been a week and no response, I don't hold out much hope :(. Is anyone aware of an
jonathonjshields
May 3
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24766

Re: Running ActiveTestSuite from command line

You might want to ask on a Gradle forum. Note that there were some thread-safety issues fixed in JUnit 4.12, so if you are using an earlier version you may
Kevin Cooney ☕
May 2
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24765

Running ActiveTestSuite from command line

Hi all, I have a requirement to run the same set of tests concurrently(in separate threads), after doing some digging about I came across ActiveTestSuite. I've
jonathonjshields
May 2
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24764

Re: EgTest: quick & easy unit tests

Kevin: thanks for the Testable Examples link! It looks like a really good approach. Russ: my hope is that EgTest will encourage programmers to write more tests
David Leppik
Mar 30
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Re: EgTest: quick & easy unit tests

For an example of what Russ is talking about, see Testable Examples in Go: https://blog.golang.org/examples -- Kevin On Thu, Mar 30, 2017 at 1:23 PM, Russell
Kevin Cooney
Mar 30
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24762

Re: EgTest: quick & easy unit tests

This is at least an intriguing idea, although I really hate the idea of giving programmers another excuse for not writing full-on unit tests, or developing
Russell Gold
Mar 30
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EgTest: quick & easy unit tests

I have a new framework which combines unit tests and documentation in source code. The goal is to make unit testing "excuse-free:" i.e. so simple that they
David Leppik
Mar 24
#24761
 
24760

Re: Parallel runner & Eclipse?

Hi, - We limit the number of threads on the pool. - I tried with some debug prints as well as some profiling and the number of threads/pools look right - I get
Chris
Oct 10, 2016
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24759

Re: Parallel runner & Eclipse?

(sorry for the double-post; it took a while for my first reply to show up so I thought I forgot to submit it)
kevinwcooney
Oct 9, 2016
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24758

Re: Parallel runner & Eclipse?

It's hard to suggest more without seeing the code. Does the problem happen when you run tests in Eclipse that do not use your custom runner? Do you limit the
kevinwcooney
Oct 9, 2016
#24758
 
24757

Re: Parallel runner & Eclipse?

I don't know why it shows up in Eclipse but not Ant. Does it show up in Eclipse for tests that do not use your custom runner? What is the maximum thread count
kevinwcooney
Oct 9, 2016
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24756

Re: Parallel runner & Eclipse?

Hi Kevin, thansk for the reply, but I'm not sure I understand your suggestion. If the thread problem was in our runner, shouldn't it show up when running with
Chris
Oct 9, 2016
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