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Re: Possibility to log ignored tests

Understood, thank you. Sincerely yours, Nikita Merinov On Wed, Mar 11, 2015 at 5:25 PM, David Saff saff@... [junit]
Nikita Merinov
Mar 11
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Re: Possibility to log ignored tests

So there probably is a way to get what you want, but it will require a decent amount of custom code, and some understanding of JUnit's less-often-used
David Saff
Mar 11
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Re: Possibility to log ignored tests

I have a requirement to build custom report (it can be simple text file, xml, html format, etc) per each execution of test script despite external runner (i.e.
Nikita Merinov
Mar 10
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Re: Possibility to log ignored tests

Rules can fill _some_ of the needs of a reporting facility, but unfortunately, not all: for example, some custom runners ignore Rules entirely. Unfortunately,
David Saff
Mar 9
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bs00011
Mar 8
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Possibility to log ignored tests

Hi everyone, I'm trying to write custom reporting facility using JUnit rules. Quick example: public class Example { @ClassRule public static TestWatcher
Nikita Merinov
Mar 8
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24644

Re: a few feature and many fixtures

... i rewrote the existing unit tests for the new stones, block and board. here's what i have so far: topology - normal, horizontal cylinder, vertical
Ray Tayek
Feb 28
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Re: a few feature and many fixtures

... yes. i agree. will do. ... yes, that is one big advantage. thanks ... -- Honesty is a very expensive gift. So, don't expect it from cheap people - Warren
Ray Tayek
Feb 23
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Re: a few feature and many fixtures

For what it's worth, I've often found that it's easy to optimize test hierarchies too quickly. I'll often focus first on factoring common code so that my test
David Saff
Feb 23
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For 13-years our Fortune XX company has used in-container testing (JUnit3) with Cactus. We are now moving to JUnit4 and are recording two brief videos to
y153446
Feb 23
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a few feature and many fixtures

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rtayek
Feb 22
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Re: Is tests.jvms calculated by junit, ant, or the ant config?

Thanks for the reply! I also got a reply on the lucene dev list. Apparently this is part of the carrotsearch randomizedtesting code that Lucene/Solr employs,
heisey.shawn
Feb 11
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Re: Is tests.jvms calculated by junit, ant, or the ant config?

I have already answered your e-mail on Lucene's mailing list, Shawn. This is not JUnit-related. Dawid On Wed, Feb 11, 2015 at 9:01 PM, heisey.shawn@...
Dawid Weiss
Feb 11
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Re: Is tests.jvms calculated by junit, ant, or the ant config?

I'm afraid that tests.jvms doesn't refer to something that JUnit handles. You might want to go up to Lucene, and see if they can send you in the right
David Saff
Feb 11
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Is tests.jvms calculated by junit, ant, or the ant config?

This question is specifically in the context of the build/test system for Lucene/Solr. I can't find anything in the build.xml or any included configs that
heisey.shawn
Feb 11
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