Your Favourite File/Class template

Valentin Kipiatkov (JetBrains) wrote:

> Any contributions are welcome. We'd be glad to include some useful
> file/class templates contributed by users.

Which template that you created do you use often/very often.
Please share.

Alain Ravet

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Name : TestC_
filetype : *.java

what it does : Create 1 new testcase class, with 1 placeholding
failing test method.

Comment :
I always place the tests specific - interface, canonical,
constructor, ..- to a class 'ClassName' in another class
called 'TestC_ClassName'

example:
class Person => class TestC_Person





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package $PACKAGE_NAME;
import junit.framework.TestCase;

public class TestC_$NAME extends TestCase
{
public void testplaceholder ()
{
fail( "\n\nfail: implement me\ntest placeholder\n\n" );
}
}
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Tastes vary ... :

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package $;

import junit.framework.TestCase;
import junit.swingui.TestRunner;

/**
*

  • @author ...

  • @version $Id: $

*/
public class $TestCase extends TestCase { public $TestCase(String name) {
super(name);
}

public static void main(String[] args) {
TestRunner.main(new String[]{"-noloading",
${Class_name}TestCase.class.getName()});
}

}
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Edo


Alain Ravet wrote:

Name : TestC_
filetype : *.java

what it does : Create 1 new testcase class, with 1 placeholding
failing test method.

Comment :
I always place the tests specific - interface, canonical,
constructor, ..- to a class 'ClassName' in another class
called 'TestC_ClassName'

example:
class Person => class TestC_Person





<template>
----------------------------------------------
package $PACKAGE_NAME;
import junit.framework.TestCase;

public class TestC_$NAME extends TestCase
{
public void testplaceholder ()
{
fail( "\n\nfail: implement me\ntest placeholder\n\n" );
}
}
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On Fri, 29 Nov 2002 14:51:12 +0000, Alain Ravet wrote:

Which template that you created do you use often/very often. Please share.


I have a simple one for Struts action classes...

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