Would be nice if JUnit could output an XML test summary. I thought that if
I could ever understand and be able to explain EARL (test reporting language
out if W3C WAI group, can't find link right now), that I might be able to
encourage the Junit folks to support it as an report mechanism, but I never
got my mind around it.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: David Brownell [mailto:david-b@...]
> Sent: Friday, November 09, 2001 3:59 PM
> To: sax-devel@...;
> Subject: [Sax-devel] JUNIT Testing for SAX2
> I recently whipped up a few (~65) tests for SAX2 conformance.
> These focus on things that the existing tests don't ... those tests
> have better coverage of output events and error handling than
> anything else. These newer tests focus on SAX2, and so they
> use the APIs in more ways than XML-focussed tests would.
> I'll put them online soon. I'm wondering a few things:
> - Would anyone like to contribute here, by reviewing
> these tests and/or writing more?
> - Got any preferences for how this goes on-line? I'm
> thinking that since these tests will be under GPL, it'd
> be more natural to either put them in a new module
> in the SAX tree or to put them with other test code
> on the xmlconf project.
> - Are there JUNIT experts who can help to get it
> to produce better reports ... maybe publishable? :)
> Suggestions are welcome.
> - Dave
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