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23 Dec 2005 15:15:26 -0700
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>>>>> "Raif" == Raif S Naffah <address@hidden> writes:
Raif> the proposal is to port the GNU Crypto Mauve tests to use JUnit
Raif> instead. this would make it easier to test using an IDE such as
Raif> the Native Eclipse.
Raif> is this idea worth discussing or should we consider that for the
Raif> forseeable future Mauve only is the test framework for GNU Classpath?
I think we ought to change Mauve to use JUnit as well. This is
probably a big job but it has some benefits: it will make it even
simpler to write test cases and run the tests from inside Eclipse (and
probably other environments -- JUnit is the standard), and I think it
will make it simpler for us to reuse test cases written for Harmony.
Also I don't think it will substantially hurt anybody not using
- JUnit, Raif S. Naffah, 2005/12/23
- Re: JUnit,
Tom Tromey <=
- Re: JUnit, Dalibor Topic, 2005/12/23
- Re: JUnit, Stephan Michels, 2005/12/23