JTestCase 4.0.0 just released. With this release a lightweight dependency injection framework, Jice, has been embedded. Using Jice is now possible to inject into JTestCase tests arbitrary graphs of object like 1) Collections 2) JavaBeans and more.
JTestCase 3.1.0 has been released. This is a milestone release, with many new feature. Please visit jtestcase home page for more details.
We're proud to announce JTestCase 3.0.1 Thsi release is a bugfix release. Please refer to the release notes for details.
We're happy to announce the release of JTestCase 3.0.0. We have done a complete rewrite and eliminated the dependency to the XMLUtil and XType. JTestCase is now based solely on JDOM and Jaxen. See the new documentation and the release notes on the web site for further details.
The main new feature is the possibility to define more than one assertion for a variable. The solution for this has some consequences for the JTestCase API. Some methods are now marked deprecated and have been replaced by new methods. See release notes and documentation for details.
I just released JTestCase 2.1.1. The most important change is the possibility to define parameters outside of the class tag.
Klaus Berg has published a short article about JTestCase in the german "Java Magazin".
We've released JTestCase 2.1.0 today. The most important change is the support of XType 1.2.0. This change the XML structure of complex data types a lot. Existing XMLs that use complex data types have to be changed!
Since April, 30th 2004 a new release of XType (1.2.0) is available. The JTestCase release 2.0.2 does not work with this version of XType! There will be a new release of JTestCase in the near future that supports this new XType version and benefits from the new XML structure in XType 1.2.0. So, stay tuned ;-)