JUnit-Tests: "Starting... 1:44"

and increasing...
Build 977 works nice, but those new builds start to consume all my processor-time... And some years later, the Unit-tests start - but they are incredibly slow...

The same with debugging: Really, really slow :(.

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We've the same behavior. This behavior is present since the new
"Starting..." feature (992).
Some hints:
- the suite contains around 1200 test cases
- we have a suite built on top of JFunc (JUnit extension
http://jfunc.sourceforge.net/) but it works fine before 992.

JUnit's GUI is not usable anymore.

Since I'm talking about the JUnit's GUI, another point that is annoying but
not a showstopper, is that with the Aurora JUnit support, JFunc testcases
are not well named in the tree pane, and in the statistics. The apparent
reason is that JFunc is using proxy objects for each testcase, and Idea use
the class name to show it. (We get the name of the proxy class on each
line).

Regis

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and increasing...
Build 977 works nice, but those new builds start to consume all my

processor-time... And some years later, the Unit-tests start - but they are
incredibly slow...
>

The same with debugging: Really, really slow :(.



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It seems fixed

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"Johannes Schneider" <idea@johannes-schneider.info> wrote in message
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and increasing...
Build 977 works nice, but those new builds start to consume all my

processor-time... And some years later, the Unit-tests start - but they are
incredibly slow...
>

The same with debugging: Really, really slow :(.



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#997

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Dmitry Peshehonov
Software Developer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


"Johannes Schneider" <idea@johannes-schneider.info> wrote in message
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Which build?



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