UnitTest plugin completion Suggestion

Hey Jacques,

When I'm writing unit test classes by hand, I often
find myself trying to complete on test method names
such as:

public void testIni|

and I'm hoping that because the tested class has an
"initialize()" method, the completion will magically
finish typing "testInitialize()" for me.

Isn't there a way that the unittest plugin could hook into
the completion mechanism to make that work? That would
be kind of nice :)

Thanks,

Vince.


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Hello Vincent,

Great idea Vince. I will try to look at it when I have the time (which most likely will be in a while ;-( )

Jacques

Hey Jacques,

When I'm writing unit test classes by hand, I often find myself trying
to complete on test method names such as:

public void testIni|

and I'm hoping that because the tested class has an "initialize()"
method, the completion will magically finish typing "testInitialize()"
for me.

Isn't there a way that the unittest plugin could hook into
the completion mechanism to make that work? That would
be kind of nice :)
Thanks,

Vince.


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In article <c6n9ap$fcc$1@is.intellij.net>,
Jacques Morel <bibou644-jetbrains@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hello Vincent,

Great idea Vince. I will try to look at it when I have the time (which most
likely will be in a while ;-( )


Is UnitTest working with Palladia? Last time I tried, it was unable to
create new Java class files, but there is always the chance of pilot
error.

Scott

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In article <scott-1C1A1C.23031228042004@host98.intellij.net>,
Scott Ellsworth <scott@alodar.com> wrote:

In article <c6n9ap$fcc$1@is.intellij.net>,
Jacques Morel <bibou644-jetbrains@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hello Vincent,

Great idea Vince. I will try to look at it when I have the time (which most
likely will be in a while ;-( )


Is UnitTest working with Palladia? Last time I tried, it was unable to
create new Java class files, but there is always the chance of pilot
error.


Just saw the comments about copying velocity.jar into the junit plugin
directory. I shall report back if that fixes the problem when next I
download a Pallada build.

Scott

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