I can't find the way to specify a path, absolute or relative, for
configureByFile()?

I tried many variations, but it always get appened to ]]>/testdata.

Examples:

configureByFile( "/testcase/Foo.java");
gives :
java.io.FileNotFoundException:
C:\dev\Tool\idea-926\testData\testcase\Foo.java

configureByFile( "C:/testcase/Foo.java");
gives :
java.io.FileNotFoundException:
C:\dev\Tool\idea-926\testDataC:\testcase\Foo.java

Any idea?

Alain

That's right. I can provide a property like -Didea.testdata.path if you die
hard need it.

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>

I can't find the way to specify a path, absolute or relative, for
configureByFile()?

>
>

I tried many variations, but it always get appened to

/testdata. > >]]>

Examples:

>

configureByFile( "/testcase/Foo.java");
gives :
java.io.FileNotFoundException:
C:\dev\Tool\idea-926\testData\testcase\Foo.java

>
>

configureByFile( "C:/testcase/Foo.java");
gives :
java.io.FileNotFoundException:
C:\dev\Tool\idea-926\testDataC:\testcase\Foo.java

>

Any idea?

>

Alain

>

> .. if you die hard need it.

We asked so much for a testing framework, it would be a shame if we
didn't use it, once you provided it. Aren't you happy :) ?

> That's right. I can provide a property like -Didea.testdata.path

If your test code relies heavily on it, I guess you don't want to touch
it too much, but I'd much prefer to see it work the standard way,
absolute, or relative to the r.c. directory.

Alain