From: Jon Skeet <Jon.S<keet@cl...> - 2005-11-18 14:10:47
I apologise if this has come up before - I've looked through the
archives, and can't find anything there...
Is anything planned in JUnit4 to mirror the Category attribute in NUnit?
For those who haven't used NUnit, this is an attribute which allows you
to classify a test fixture (test class). You can then tell NUnit to
exclude certain categories or include certain categories.
In my job, we're currently experimenting with the best way of developers
running tests across many different projects and platforms, and ways of
including system tests written using unit test tools. I *think*
categories would really help here, although I'm more than willing to be
told why there are better alternatives.
I haven't had a good look at JUnit4 yet, but I'd be more than willing to
help out with the implementation of such a feature - it really shouldn't
be particularly hard.
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