Hi Charlie !
Sure this is very interesting !
I have a couple of questions :
- Do you handle dynamically created tests ?
- Do you encapsulate the test in a java suite class... then run it into
Maven (yet it would be possible to decorrelate the encapsulation from the
integration) or do you have a close-to-maven integration ?
Thanks a lot for your answer,
PS : We have been integrating Python unittest into Junit and testNG for a
few months (Yactu project). We used to do the same with Jython and JUnit.
2006/6/13, Charlie Groves <charlie.groves@...>:
> I've written a maven 2 plugin that runs unittest and JUnit testcases
> inside of maven's existing test framework. It uses the nice unittest
> to JUnit bridge that was posted to the list earlier to provide a
> fairly seamless integration into the maven build and reporting
> It isn't easily available since it requires some additions to their
> testing bootstrap plugin in addition to the actual test running plugin
> I wrote. I've been told by the powers that be at Maven that the patch
> would have a much better chance if it got some votes. So if anyone
> here would like to run Jython tests from Maven, a vote at
> http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/MSUREFIRE-122 would be most
> If I do get this to move forward I'd love to hear from people using
> Jython unittests about how best to structure the Jython stuff inside
> of maven.
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