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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 12024] - [PATCH] Enable junit to inherit Ant properties as system properties
Date Wed, 02 Apr 2003 17:46:30 GMT
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[PATCH] Enable junit to inherit Ant properties as system properties





------- Additional Comments From ddevienne@lgc.com  2003-04-02 17:46 -------
My own solution was to define a new PropertySet data type (called 
<syspropertyset> inside <junit> to be consistent) that allows you to easily 
pass down a bunch or a few Ant properties, possibly renaming them allow the 
way. To use it, I simply extended <java> and <junit>, and called my version 
<javax> and <junitx>. (No point for me in figthing for something to make it to

Ant when I can use it myself, when the Ant community doesn't care that much 
about the feature I want).

Here's a snippet of one of my scripts. --DD

    <junitx ...>
      ...
      <syspropertyset>
        <propertyref prefix="testall." />
        <propertyref prefix="runtime-" />
        <mapper type="regexp" from="runtime-(.*)" to="\1" />
      </syspropertyset>
    </junitx>

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