JUnit testing .....

Is anyone else having problems with the Junit module on 922.

It takes about two minutes to warm up, and more often than not, crashes, hanging the whole IDE ...

Anyone else experiencing this?


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It was just once that it counted up to 20 seconds while "starting" (running
test in a package), after that it worked OK.
No crashes yet, but my current project is quite small so far.

HTH,
Andrei

"Rayz" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Is anyone else having problems with the Junit module on 922.

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It takes about two minutes to warm up, and more often than not, crashes,

hanging the whole IDE ...
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Anyone else experiencing this?

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Rayz wrote:

>Is anyone else having problems with the Junit module on 922.
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>It takes about two minutes to warm up, and more often than not, crashes, hanging the whole IDE ...

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I've also noticed that running test in 922 is way - + 100% -slower that
in 977.

Alain

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Yes, this happens to me VERY often.

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Sped up

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"Rayz" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Is anyone else having problems with the Junit module on 922.

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It takes about two minutes to warm up, and more often than not, crashes,

hanging the whole IDE ...
>

Anyone else experiencing this?

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>
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Since you reply is simply "Sped Up", I'm a bit alarmed, because the problem Rayz was reporting (and that I experienced as well) was that jUnit more often than not crashed and leaves Idea in an unusable state.

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"Kirk Woll" <kirk@digimax.com> wrote in message
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Since you reply is simply "Sped Up", I'm a bit alarmed, because the

problem Rayz was reporting (and that I experienced as well) was that jUnit
more often than not crashed and leaves Idea in an unusable state.

There are two know peformance problems in JUnit support:
1. You start test (it doesn't matter how much e.g. one test method) and see
Starting... counter for a long time. This problem usually doesn't reproduces
next time you start the same tests. The time you have to wait depends on
number of tests but it much longer then next time (assuming it won't
reproduce). Not fixed yet.
2. You start many test and Idea hungs consuming 100% forevere (actually for
very long time). On my computer "many" means several thousands, however if
your are building TestSuites you may get it with less tests (it strongly
depends on suites nesting). This problem'd reproduced anytime you started
tests. Now fixed.

--

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



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"Dmitry Peshehonov (JetBrains)" <dyoma@intellij.com> wrote in message
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"Kirk Woll" <kirk@digimax.com> wrote in message
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Since you reply is simply "Sped Up", I'm a bit alarmed, because the

problem Rayz was reporting (and that I experienced as well) was that jUnit
more often than not crashed and leaves Idea in an unusable state.

>

There are two know peformance problems in JUnit support:
1. You start test (it doesn't matter how much e.g. one test method) and

see

Starting... counter for a long time. This problem usually doesn't

reproduces

next time you start the same tests. The time you have to wait depends on
number of tests but it much longer then next time (assuming it won't
reproduce). Not fixed yet.
2. You start many test and Idea hungs consuming 100% forevere (actually

for

very long time). On my computer "many" means several thousands, however if
your are building TestSuites you may get it with less tests (it strongly
depends on suites nesting). This problem'd reproduced anytime you started
tests. Now fixed.

>

--

>

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

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>
>

In problem 2 you see that tests are runnning.

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



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