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screw junit, we need support for testng!

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Hani Suleiman wrote:

screw junit, we need support for testng!


From what I've read of TestNG I'd aggree. I've not yet delved into it
yet ( still on 1.4, thou I know it can use JavaDoc annotations ).

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screw junit, we need support for testng!


Now to figure out if that was sincere or sarcastic...

Anyways, +1 for TestNG support. Cédric has an irrational love for all things Eclipse, but if he got one thing right in life, it was TestNG.

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Stable JUnit 4 is available now...
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/junit/message/13907

I see the rumbling on JUnit 4 are surfacing (
http://themindstorms.blogspot.com/2005/06/junit-40.html ) and that
JUnits going annotation based ala TestNG and NUnit.

I've not idea what kind of timeline JUnit 4 has, or weather a timeline
even exists, but it'll be interesting to watch...



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Venkat Sonnathi wrote:

Stable JUnit 4 is available now...
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/junit/message/13907


May be "stable" - but it still "just in CVS", nothing is released yet.

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