Does Jaques Morel's junit plugin work with 1104?

Hi, all.

I started using Jacques Morel's junit plugin with build 1050, and fell
in love with it. The pushpin next to every public method without a unit
test caught quite a number of lazy coding moments of mine.

I note that 0.23 installs with build 1104, but it does not display
pushpins anymore. Is this known, and is it working for other people?

I have the templates set to:
$DIRECTORY$/$CLASS$ -> test/$DIRECTORY$/$CLASS$Test

as our code is set up as:

src/com/alodar/foobar/class
test/com/alodar/foobar/classTest

and I have "show for getters/setters" off.

Scott

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In article <scott-2C8CBC.17252115012004@host98.intellij.net>,
Scott Ellsworth <scott@alodar.com> wrote:

Hi, all.

I started using Jacques Morel's junit plugin with build 1050, and fell
in love with it. The pushpin next to every public method without a unit
test caught quite a number of lazy coding moments of mine.

I note that 0.23 installs with build 1104, but it does not display
pushpins anymore. Is this known, and is it working for other people?

I have the templates set to:
$DIRECTORY$/$CLASS$ -> test/$DIRECTORY$/$CLASS$Test

as our code is set up as:

src/com/alodar/foobar/class
test/com/alodar/foobar/classTest

and I have "show for getters/setters" off.


Hmm - it has just started working. About the only changes I made before
it did was to create a unit test by hand, which required creating the
appropriate package in my test directory.

Does it silently fail if the test package directory does not exist?

Scott

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Thanks for the kind words but the credits go also to Bronwen Cassidy that participated quite a lot.
Back to your problem, can you reproduce this on the latest EAP version?
I will look myself into the problem.

Jacques

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i'm using version .23 on EAP 1113 and Mac OSX 10.3.2, JDK 1.4.2 dp2.

the only problem i've seen is that the pushpin does not show up when i add a overloaded method that already has a test previously created.

thanks you for this great plugin. this plugin is a must in order for me to push Intellij for my company.

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I am trying to work out some issues in the latest version 0.24. Hold on until then.

Jacques

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In article <19020953.1074805581060.JavaMail.itn@is.intellij.net>,
Jacques Morel <jacmorel@yahoo.com> wrote:

I am trying to work out some issues in the latest version 0.24. Hold on until


Holding happily. This is one of my favorite plugins, and probably the
one most directly useful for me in day to day coding - good work!

Scott

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