unitTest 0.25 - How to get generated test classes into test source folder?

Hi,

I like the convenience of the unitTest 0.25 test class/method generator
plugin.

In using a simple module with separate "source" and "test source"
folders configured. (eg two sourcepaths with identical package structures).

The plugin insists on creating "test" directories inside my main source
folder. Is there a way to configure it to put the generated code in the
test source folder?

-tt

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The plugin insists on creating "test" directories inside my main source
folder. Is there a way to configure it to put the generated code in the
test source folder?


Of course, a couple of minutes after posting this message I see the big
JUnit plugin icon in the settings console. :)

I was looking at the bottom of the "IDE Settings" group, where all the
other installed plugins live (IPP, toString(), Rearranger).

Is there any reason why the JUnit plugin button is placed in the
"Project Settings" pane?

-tt

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Because it's configured per project not per the application like the rest.

"Taras Tielkes" <taras@remove.something.xs4all.nl> wrote in message
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The plugin insists on creating "test" directories inside my main source
folder. Is there a way to configure it to put the generated code in the
test source folder?

>

Of course, a couple of minutes after posting this message I see the big
JUnit plugin icon in the settings console. :)

>

I was looking at the bottom of the "IDE Settings" group, where all the
other installed plugins live (IPP, toString(), Rearranger).

>

Is there any reason why the JUnit plugin button is placed in the
"Project Settings" pane?

>

-tt



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Because it's configured per project not per the application.
"Taras Tielkes" <taras@remove.something.xs4all.nl> wrote in message
news:c472vt$n8p$1@is.intellij.net...

The plugin insists on creating "test" directories inside my main source
folder. Is there a way to configure it to put the generated code in the
test source folder?

>

Of course, a couple of minutes after posting this message I see the big
JUnit plugin icon in the settings console. :)

>

I was looking at the bottom of the "IDE Settings" group, where all the
other installed plugins live (IPP, toString(), Rearranger).

>

Is there any reason why the JUnit plugin button is placed in the
"Project Settings" pane?

>

-tt




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Did I stutter? :)

"Brad" <none@nowhere.org> wrote in message
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Because it's configured per project not per the application.
"Taras Tielkes" <taras@remove.something.xs4all.nl> wrote in message
news:c472vt$n8p$1@is.intellij.net...

The plugin insists on creating "test" directories inside my main

source

folder. Is there a way to configure it to put the generated code in

the

test source folder?

>

Of course, a couple of minutes after posting this message I see the big
JUnit plugin icon in the settings console. :)

>

I was looking at the bottom of the "IDE Settings" group, where all the
other installed plugins live (IPP, toString(), Rearranger).

>

Is there any reason why the JUnit plugin button is placed in the
"Project Settings" pane?

>

-tt

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