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Detecting JUnit Test Compile Failures in Netbeans RCP Project?

 
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Marshall, Craig (ES)
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 22, 2009 7:52 pm    Post subject: Detecting JUnit Test Compile Failures in Netbeans RCP Project? Reply with quote

We have a large code base of over 100 modules and was wondering if there is a way to get more informative errors about failures during source code compilation within the Test packages, currently these are not clearly reported on a clean and build and are often missed by developers when committing changes to our code base which are then subsequently detected by the build scripts and cause build failures.
I noticed maven based projects have options to include / exclude tests during compilation, is there a similar thing for netbeans RCP based projects?
Many Thanks,
Craig Marshall
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 22, 2009 8:08 pm    Post subject: Detecting JUnit Test Compile Failures in Netbeans RCP Project? Reply with quote

As far as I know not. I've asked about it myself a few times as well.

Milos

Marshall, Craig (ES) wrote:
Quote:

We have a large code base of over 100 modules and was wondering if
there is a way to get more informative errors about failures during
source code compilation within the Test packages, currently these are
not clearly reported on a clean and build and are often missed by
developers when committing changes to our code base which are then
subsequently detected by the build scripts and cause build failures.

I noticed maven based projects have options to include / exclude tests
during compilation, is there a similar thing for netbeans RCP based
projects?

Many Thanks,
*Craig Marshall*

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twice named the UK's 'Business of the Year
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