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From Steve Loughran <>
Subject Re: Open AntUnit Issues
Date Tue, 25 Jul 2006 15:51:23 GMT
Stefan Bodewig wrote:
> On Mon, 24 Jul 2006, Kev Jackson <> wrote:
>>On 24 Jul 2006, at 12:02, Stefan Bodewig wrote:
>>>On Mon, 24 Jul 2006, Kev Jackson <> wrote:
>>>>>* RessourceCollection instead of FileSet
>>>>I've just quickly hacked this in - tested by using the resulting
>>>>ant- antunit.jar in a another project.  Not sure if what I did was
>>>>the cleanest way as I'm still new to ResourceCollections etc.
>>>I'll look into it.
> When dealing with ResourceCollections you must keep in mind that the
> resources specified don't need to exist - unlike the resources
> obtained from a fileset.
> I've also added a check that no non-File resources have been specified
> and thrown in a few tests.
>>>>- Maven POM?
>>>Not a priority for myself, but yes, if that is of any use, add one.
>>>I don't think I know how to write one.
>>I've never written one myself before, but looking over the maven
>>docs [2], I think I've got everything required.
> IIUC it lists JUnit as a runtime dependency, this is not the case.
> JUnit and ant-testutil.jar are required during tests of AntUnit only,
> the antUnit task and the assertions are completely independent of
> JUnit.
> Should be Ant 1.7, not 1.6.5 - it won't compile against Ant 1.6.5.

I'd strip out all dependency info. Dont say which version of ant you 
depend on. Because then if you use the maven tasks to fetch it, it isnt 
devious enough to look at ant's classpath and omit things that are 
already there (like an ant runtime).

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