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Sat, 24 Dec 2005 02:21:05 +0100
Am Samstag, den 24.12.2005, 01:05 +0100 schrieb Dalibor Topic:
> Raif S. Naffah wrote:
> > hello all,
> > soon the GNU Crypto classes will be moving to Classpath. i thought now
> > is the right time to bring this subject since it makes it easier for
> > those involved in this work.
> > the proposal is to port the GNU Crypto Mauve tests to use JUnit instead.
> > this would make it easier to test using an IDE such as the Native
> > Eclipse.
> > is this idea worth discussing or should we consider that for the
> > forseeable future Mauve only is the test framework for GNU Classpath?
> Hi Raif,
> Given that the majority (all?) of current tests in Mauve is under the
> GPL, without a single copyright holder, I assume, and the license of
> JUnit is incompatible with the GPL ... I doubt that a wholesale rewrite
> of Mauve to JUnit would be easy for the moment. GPL3 may fix the prime
> reason for the incompatiblity, though.
Wasn't there a GPL(-compatible) implementation of the JUnit API out
there? I don't remember the name of this piece of software, but I think,
somebody from Classpath once pointed me to that (Micheal?)
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