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I used it at one time.
Some of the concepts are nice (convert the test method name into an english sentence) and I thought of implementing them in the unittest plugin. However I stop using it after 4.0 was released because it stopped getting updated.

PS: I talked to Alain Ravet to incorporate the same kind of concept in Camouflage whenever he has the time to update it. That way you will be able to collapse all methods in a test file and only see the equivalent of the testdox tool window has.

Jacques

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Hi folks,


I have uploaded two patches on http://sf.net/projects/agiledox but they have yet to make it into the CVS repository since I'm not a committer.

Please find attached the patched JAR file that I've been using for a little while now.

Enjoy!

Franck



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testdox-plugin-0.4-aurora.jar
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If you install the plugin, open a source file that has a corresponding test called ]]>Test in a test source tree with a parellel package structure, then it will show you the TestDox style documentation of your class.

The options (in project settings) let you specify how to deal with different test naming conventions and packaging.

If all you are getting is a message that says "No TestDox available" then it can't find your test code.

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These patches are in the CVS repos now, so the next release will include them.

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It works properly in versions of IDEA from 3.0 to 4.0. I don't think that a plugin needs to be updated all the time just to be useful.

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