On 24 October 2010 14:35, Sam Adams <sea36@cam.ac.uk> wrote:
On 24/10/2010 11:14, Egon Willighagen wrote:
> It would be possible to have the unit tests as separate module(s),
> Yeah, this would have to be solved by putting the testing stuff into
> separate modules, just like on the CDK module level..
>> but
>> as the current architecture of the CDK stands I do not think that it is
>> possible to incorporate the unit tests into the modules of the code that
>> they are testing.
> I have no problem with that... I will look into this...
> Egon
I guess I'd question whether it is worth putting much effort into
getting the test modules running under maven, when the CDK already has a
working build system (which the pom.xml file generation relies on).

There are advantages in having fully functional maven build system, e.g.

- generating nice test reports by maven
- making cdk artifacts available at central maven repository (would be really really nice)



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