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JUnitDoclet makes the process of testing software easier by offering a convenient way to create, organize, and maintain JUnit tests. Its incremental behavior keeps modified code when regenerating and assists with refactorings (no tests get lost when renaming, moving, etc.). Templates and strategy classes can be used to easily customize JUnitDoclet.

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  •  30 Nov 2002 01:36

    Release Notes: Bugfixes for lowercase class names, merging of similar method names, the use of filesets from within ANT and run_junitdoclet_recursive.bat, and updated documentation, especially for integration with ANT and IntelliJ IDEA 3.0.

    •  02 Nov 2002 19:50

      Release Notes: Template based generation of skeletons for JUnit TestCases and TestSuites for all public non-abstract classes is supported. A test structure continues to reflect the application structure even after refactoring; no tests get lost. Default test methods for bean-like accessors are supported. Examples for integrating JUnitDoclet as an external tool in IDEs (like IDEA or Eclipse) and editors are included. Because JUnitDoclet uses javadoc to parse sources, it is integrated with ANT as well.

      Recent comments

      19 Dec 2003 06:32 jon_shrader

      JUnitDoclet a nice add on for users of Ant and JUnit
      JUnitDoclet easily integrates into your Ant build script and JUnit testing processes. For those that use Ant for compiling tests and running/reporting on JUnit tests, JUnitDoclet easily integrates into these steps to generate test stubs for you. Simply fix any small compile errors that may occurr in the generated stubs, add more meat to the tests where you desire, and quickly get a nice test bed up and running.


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