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Monthly Archives: March 2005
The last few days I have been working on defining some more fine-grained transaction demarcations with Spring and http://themindstorms.blogspot.com/2005/03/annotation-driven-programming-with.htmlAspectWerkz. Read more…
A few days ago we have announced on the TestNG MLs the release candidate of the TestNG-Eclipse plugin.
Today, Cedric and myself are very pleased to announce the general public availability of the TestNG Eclipse plugin (in fact this post was meant for yesterday but I was not able to publish it).
It can be downloaded from:
- TestNG official site
- TestNG-Eclipse on dev.java.net
- or directly accessed from the CVS (release directory)
Now the official announcement:
The TestNG team is pleased to announce (and distribute also ;-)) the first version of TestNG Eclipse plugin.
1/ TestNG View (Window -> Show View -> Other -> Java -> TestNG) featuring
– the Red-Green Bar
– test results statistics
– hierarchical test results presentation
– failures stack traces presentation.
2/ TestNG Launcher (Run … -> TestNG) featuring
– browse and run a TestNG enabled test class
– browse and run groups defined in the project tests
– browse and run suites
3/ Contextual TestNG Launcher (Right Click -> Run) featuring:
– run class as TestNG test
– run type as TestNG test
– run method as TestNG test
– run suite as TestNG test
The current version is working with Eclipse 3.1M5 (and probably 3.1M4).
Your feedback is welcome (and needed). Enjoy!
You can see a set of nice snapshots on Cedric’s announcement.
We hope that this release will bring more pleasure on your experience with TestNG.