I have a large body of test cases that ideally I'd like to run in
multiple threads. In JUnit 3.8 I see javadoc for a multithreaded test
suite junit.extensions.ActiveTestSuite. I don't see anything analogous
in JUnit 4. It seems that in JUnit 4 this really needs to be done as a
I got rough modified versions org.junit.internal.runners.CompositeRunner
and org.junit.runners.Parameterized working in multithreaded mode, using
a pool of threads to run each test returned by the @Parameters method in
I see a possible thread safety problem in
org.junit.runner.notification.RunNotifier. If a listener throws an
exception, the notifier tries to remove it from the listener collection.
I am not sure but I think that this might cause problems when
multithreaded. (I've never had a listener throw, however.)
I am planning to look at multithreaded versions for some of the other
runners. If anyone else has ideas or is already doing this, please let
me know? =20
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